To answer a few questions you may already have


I started in the photography industry in 1999, working in Commercial Photography. About a year later I started photographing some weddings for friends and family members. By 2002, I was totally engaged to this profession as full time wedding photographer.
The amount of images you receive depends on different factors such as the amount of details, portrait time, and the amount of time Iā€™m there. I can guarantee great moments in color images for weddings as well as a black and white photos delivered. A fine art job with dedication during the whole process is what you will receive.
It really depends on the season. I normally stay on time of editing and most clients get their wedding images ready to download within 2-4 weeks after the event. Prints and albums will take 4-6 weeks or depends on your time to select your favorite images for your album. Just make sure not to pay late fees.
Of course! Your families coming together to unite is what this is all about!!
No. I definitely love to blog every wedding but it takes a lot of time and I prefer spend my time focus on the delivery process, designing albums, editing, retouching or marketing my business for future couples. I also respect your decision to have in private or public your event. A wedding is a family reunion and I know people love to be on social media but others prefer to have their events in private mode.
YES and I absolutely love it! Sometimes I photograph five miles away from my home, in other occasions I take planes, trains and cars to be in your wedding. I love seeing new places and venues. I rarely repeat the venues, but if I have too, Iā€™m sure your photographs will be unique and not like somebody else.
Once you're satisfied with everything and I've answered all of your questions I can email you the wedding agreement/contract. A retainer of 1/3rd is due at signing the contract to reserve your date, and the remaining to be paid two weeks before the wedding day. I can also offer split payments if you need to.