How would you describe your style?
Romantic, timeless, modern and candid. 

I focus on fleeting moments, emotions and all the little details that make up the whole story of a wedding day.

I’m easy going and calm and this reflects how I photograph weddings, in a relaxed and non-obtrusive way. A lot of the time you won’t even know I’m there. I like to let the day unfold naturally and I will never tell you what to do, pose you awkwardly or interfere with the flow of the day. I am interested in capturing the real you and telling your story in a truthful and artistic way.
Can we meet with you?
Of course! I love sitting down for a relaxed chat over a coffee or tea. It's a chance for us to get to know each other and for you to tell me all about yourselves and how you plan to celebrate your wedding day. If you’re not in Sydney, we can chat on the phone or we can Skype, easy.
How much are your wedding packages?
Please click on 'Pricing' in the main menu for all the details. I offer a couple of different coverage options or your can build a custom package to suit your plans. If you are eloping or having a weekday wedding (Mon-Thurs) please get in touch (click on Contact above) and I'd be happy to chat to you about custom coverage options.
What do you think is important to consider when choosing a wedding photographer?
There are many wedding photographers out there and the choice can be overwhelming. Here's my advice when it comes to choosing.

Pick a photographer who:

· You feel relaxed around - they will be there with you the whole day

· Is experienced with shooting weddings - I can't stress this enough. You get one chance at a wedding day and you need someone who specialises in weddings. Ask to see a full wedding gallery, see how they capture the day from start to finish

· Can make you feel at ease - weddings can be stressful and you need someone who will make you comfortable in front of the lens, even if they're shooting candid for most of the day

And finally, choose someone whose work you fall in love with. Most of the things that make up your wedding day will not last but the photographs will and you want to be able to look back on your memories and be content that you chose someone who your heart told you to go with.
When is the best time for location photos?
To ensure you get that beautiful and flattering soft light I recommend your location photos be done about an hour or so before sunset. I understand that sometimes this is not workable (i.e. if you are getting married in a church and your ceremony is at 2pm). In these situations I will always suggest to you that you allow a 15 minute break during your reception (around the time the sun goes down) for us to sneak outside and get some photos in that magical light.
Do you offer albums?
Yes! I absolutely love albums. There is nothing like seeing your photos printed on fine art paper. I design all my albums with my couples' input and the process is so easy - it's all done online. You can choose to add on an album at the time of booking your photography package (at a special rate) but also later down the track - some couples order an album as a first anniversary gift to each other!. To view some albums please click on 'Information' in the menu above and select 'Fine Art Albums'
Do you take family photos on the day?
Of course. Prior to your wedding day I will ask you to provide me with a list of the family groups you would like me to photograph. On the day I will ensure that this part of your day is relaxed and pleasant. I'm actually known for making this part of the day pretty short!
Where are you based? 
I live in Alexandria in Sydney, NSW and I shoot weddings all over Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands, Northern Beaches and the South Coast.
We're getting married interstate and would love to have you as our photographer, will you travel?

I've shot weddings throughout South Australia, in Melbourne and on the Gold Coast. On my bucket list is a Port Douglas wedding so if you're planning to tie the knot under those tall palm trees please get in touch and I'll work out a special travel rate for you.

A travel fee applies for interstate weddings, which usually includes the cost of flights, two nights accommodation and in some cases car hire if your wedding is outside the metro area of a capital city. If you'd love to have me shoot your interstate wedding please get in touch and we'll work something out.

* Adelaide weddings attract a smaller travel fee (just the cost of return flights from Sydney). I stay with my family when I shoot in Adelaide. I've shot weddings in the Adelaide Hills and the beautiful Barossa Valley.
Will you travel overseas for our wedding?

I grew up throughout Europe and am no stranger to travelling so if you're getting married overseas I'd love to chat to you.

I would be over the moon to be able to shoot a wedding on the Amalfi Coast, Lake Como and in Croatia (I speak fluent Croatian!).
How do we book you for our wedding day?
To secure your wedding date I require a non-refundable partial payment of $1,000 and a signed agreement. Once that is done, your date is locked in.
When can we expect to receive our photographs?
You will receive your photographs approximately 6 weeks after your wedding day, sometimes even sooner!
What camera equipment do you use?
I use professional Canon cameras and prime lenses. My favourite lens is the 35mm L series.
Do you personally edit the photographs we receive?
Yes, I personally edit all images I deliver to you. I don't outsource my editing because I want to retain the creative control over my work. My aim when editing your images is to present you with natural images that will last the test of time. I supply you with images in a mix of colour and black and white.
Do you retouch photos?
While I will fix up the odd little imperfections (i.e. removing a fly on your dress, etc) I do not heavily retouch images. I believe that photographs of your wedding day should represent the real you and I find that natural photographs are always the most flattering and the ones that will stand the test of time.
Have you studied photography?
While I am mostly self-taught, I have studied at the Australian Centre for Photography in Sydney and also at the Centre for Creative Photography in Adelaide. And while studying for my psychology degree I took a sub-major in Multimedia Studies which gave me an opportunity to learn about colour theory, composition and design.

If you have any other questions that you would like to ask, please feel free to get in touch.