When do your clients typically start booking with you?
For you planners out there, we start booking 18 months ahead of time, but on average, most clients book 8 to 14 months before they say “I do.” But please, never be shy, always get in touch even if you have a quick engagement. You never know, we may just have your wedding date open.

What happens if you’re booked? Are we stranded with no one to shoot our special day?
If your date is already booked up, we are happy to refer you to some of the most fabulous Photogs the industry has to offer.

How much do your photography services cost?

Do you offer others things besides photography?
Sure do! You can also book my videography & photo booth services.

Okay, so we want you. What’s the process?
Well, it’s simple.
Step 1: Get in touch and send me the following. You and your honey’s names, your wedding date and location.
Step 2: I’ll let you know if the date is available, and if it is I’ll send you my packages and we can set up a meeting to go over more details.
Step 3: Sign the contract and put down the $1000 retainer to secure your wedding date.

Do you travel?
Sure do! When inquiring about your day be sure to inquire about travel fees if your venue is more than 35 miles outside of Boston. I love to travel and see new sights to provide a beautiful backdrop to feature your story.

We like your photography style but our parents would like to see a few traditional portraits. Is this something you can accommodate?
I always do include them to be sure to everyone is content.

When will our photos be ready?
Your photos will be delivered within 90 days after your wedding date.

Will our photos all be in color? Or do you do some black and white?
Most photos will be done in color, but about 10% of delivered photos are in black and white. This percentage is not a structured formula, it differs from wedding to wedding.

What kind of camera do you use?
I shoot with a Cannon 5D Mark2. It’s my best friend.

Do you have business insurance?
I do I do. Many places require photographers to have it, and I come prepared.

Is photography your full-time job?
Yep, it’s all photography, all the time. Weddings are my forte, however I do love to capture all things lovely.

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