I'm based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and many of my weddings are in the metro area, Park City, the Wasatch Front ski areas, and beyond. I often shoot weddings and elopements in Moab, St. George, and the national parks. Travel fees apply for any destination greater than one hour away.
I've been shooting weddings for more than 10 years. I have photographed more than 200 weddings in the past ten years. That said, I'm a lifelong learner, and I am constantly learning, growing, and refining my craft to ensure each wedding is more beautiful than the last.
My style is focused on timeless images that are creative, playful, and authentic to you. I will deliver photos that show how wonderful your event really felt! Drawing upon techniques such as photojournalism for candid shots or creative portraiture for engaging poses. With an editing technique void of trends (think orange skin tones) each image comes through clean with vibrant colors made to last throughout the years ahead.
I offer four wedding photography collections that start with five hours of continuous coverage and can be scaled up. Additions can include fine art albums, engagement sessions, and more. Most clients book between seven and ten hours to document their entire wedding day.
If you're opting out of a traditional ceremony in exchange for something intimate or destination-based, I have elopement packages available as well.
Whatever the package, it will include 75-100 edited, high-resolution images per hour. Your files are delivered via an online gallery along with free downloads for your friends and family.
I don't have a studio, so Zoom or Google Meet chats are required before a contract can be signed. I want to get to know you and ensure it will be a great fit. During the meeting, we'll discuss your love story, wedding vision, budget, and more.
It’s important to remember that your wedding photography will be one of the few tangible memories you have from your special day. Hence, you want to ensure you hire a photographer you can trust to capture all critical moments.
The most overlooked factor is the connection you feel towards the photographer. They will be vital to your wedding day and they will, literally, be next to you for the extent of it. They'll also be with your favorite people and family as an extension of your good taste. So you want to be positive this is someone you'd like to be around. I think a good test is to ask yourself, could you imagine sitting around a campfire for an evening and shooting the breeze?