I love your work but our wedding/event/life isn’t in Seattle. Do you travel?
Yes, and I love to! Travel fees usually cover a roundtrip airplane ticket or gas + hotel/accommodations. Email me and we can get into specifics for your location.
What do your prices include?
Wedding coverage starts at $2,300 and Portrait Sessions (solos/couples/families) are $350. Please fill out the contact form or shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for my current packages/rates to see what these all include. There is too much good stuff to fit in right here.
***Are you a band looking for press photos or a publication/festival/venue and want me to cover a show?
Contact me at email@example.com and we’ll chat.***
Do your prices include tax?
All services including wedding coverage and portrait sessions will have 9.5% Washington State Sales Tax added to them to keep the government and this small business happy. Prints, books, and other product pricing does not include sales tax or shipping & handling – a final total will be reflected in either the online shopping cart or an invoice.
When can I see my photos?
Weddings are delivered back to you between 6-8 weeks during high season. But be on the look-out: I tend to share a Wedding Preview on facebook 24-48 hours after your event with one or two of my favorite frames from the day!
Portrait Sessions are delivered in 10 – 14 days.
These delivery guarantees are in my contracts so we both win. Need your photos sooner than that? Rush processing is available for an additional fee.
How do I book you for our wedding?
A signed contract and non-refundable retainer of $500.00 is required to reserve the day. The remaining balance is to be paid in full two weeks prior to the day of the wedding.
What is an “Unplugged Wedding”? Do you recommend them?
An “Unplugged Wedding” means that you kindly ask wedding guests to put their cameras, phones, and other photographing devices away and be present in the moment and leave your wedding photographer responsible for capturing your wedding. I highly suggest this for the Ceremony as long as Family Photos. I believe that your friends and family should witness your commitment with their eyes and hearts, not through a screen.
For more information about Unplugged Weddings read this helpful article on Offbeat Bride on the subject from previous brides and professionals at http://offbeatbride.com/2011/06/unplugged-wedding.