Where are you based?
I am currently based in North Vancouver, BC. (Deep Cove! Honey’s donuts forever.) I’m available for weddings in the lower mainland, on Vancouver Island, and along the Sea-to-Sky. Our BC landscapes couldn’t be any more beautiful as a backdrop for your day!
Are you available for travel?
Absolutely! If you have a destination in mind just send me a message. I'd be happy to provide a quote including travel fees. Bonus points for warmer-than-Vancouver temperatures.
What wedding collections do you offer?
Contact me for my wedding guide, which covers collections and pricing in depth, as well as information to help you plan your day.
Wedding collections start at $2000. Elopements start at $1000.
Can you create a custom collection?
Yes! If you have something in mind that is not covered by my packages I'd be happy to offer a custom quote. Tell me more!
When & how do we receive our photos?
The final edited photos will be delivered via e-mail within 6-8 weeks of the wedding date. (Any shipped products ordered may take additional time.) You will receive a link to your online gallery of photos, which you can download in full resolution or social media sizing.
Can we order prints or albums?
I'd love that! I work with a professional printing lab to ensure high quality prints, and they can be ordered directly through your online gallery. I also offer archival quality fine art albums which you can design yourself, or allow me to customize for you!
Photo session FAQ
Where should we go for our session?
A great starting point is looking at places you love to go as a family or couple. If your kids love a certain park, we’ll already be starting off on a great note by planning a session there! I’d love to see the beach you go to as a family, or the cool trails near your house where you walk the dog, or the spot you first met. I’m also a sucker for the BC landscapes, so exploring places like Whytecliff Park, Pitt Lake, Lynn Canyon or Stanley Park will always be high on my suggestion list!
What should we wear?
Comfort first! Wear something you (and your family) don’t mind running around in. (I don’t like to stay still for long.) Don’t worry about being matchy-matchy, and instead stick to a general colour palette. Textured fabrics (like big knit sweaters) and items with movement (like flowy skirts) photograph beautifully. Generally neon colours and big bold logos do not. Take a peek at my Pinterest wardrobe inspiration boards for families and couples if you’d like some ideas!