Congratulations on your engagement!

What an exciting time in your lives this is.

As a wedding photographer I feel privileged and honoured to be invited into couples’ lives and to witness once in a lifetime moments. Even after almost 10 years of documenting weddings, I still get swept up in all the emotions and excitement of the day and I enjoy the celebrations as much as you and your loved ones. In fact, you might even see me get a bit teary-eyed during your speeches.

All my couples are very special to me and I like to invest the time to get to know you and what matters most to you. You will receive a truly bespoke and personalised experience. I approach each and every wedding with no preconceived ideas of how things should be.

When it comes to documenting your wedding day, my approach is relaxed and unobtrusive as I believe that the real and unposed moments make the best memories.

I want my images of your wedding day to serve as a beautiful and authentic record of one of the most important days of your life, to take you back in time whenever you feel like reminiscing and to make you smile when you see the faces of all the people who were there to celebrate with you.


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How many hours coverage do we need?

This really depends on which parts of your wedding day you would like me to capture and how much travel is involved between all your locations.


Here’s a general guide:

6 Hours Coverage – Bride getting ready, Ceremony, Family Photos, Portraits and Reception start. Or alternatively – Ceremony, Family Photos, Portraits and a few hours of your Reception.

8 Hours Coverage – Bride and Groom getting ready (provided your locations are close by), Ceremony, Family Photos, Portraits and usually all Reception formalities (depending on your reception timeline).

10 Hours Coverage – Bride and Groom getting ready, Ceremony, Family Photos, Portraits and reception formalities and the start of the dance floor.

Maximum coverage is 10 hours.

And if you’re not sure how many hours you will need, I suggest reserving your date as soon as you can and finalising your hours of coverage later down the track.


When is the best time to hold our ceremony and reception?

In an ideal world, you should allow enough time between your ceremony and reception for congrats and mingles, family and group photos and wedding party location photos. You also need to factor in travel time if your ceremony and reception are held at different venues or if you want to do your location photos in another location.

In terms of timing for your ceremony and making the most of beautiful afternoon light, civil ceremonies should start no earlier than 3 to 4 hours before sunset. Anything earlier and you might be dealing with harsh light and strong shadows.

The same applies to religious ceremonies, just add on a bit of extra time to allow for a longer service.


How many images do we receive? And do you select the images we receive?

You can expect to receive approximately 70-100 images per hour of shooting. For an 8 hour wedding day I generally deliver around 700 to 1000 images. I select all of your images carefully and each image is individually edited by me to tell your story in the best and most authentic way possible.

When do we receive our images?

Within a week of your wedding day I will email through a preview gallery of highlights for you to share with your loved ones.

Your full gallery will be ready within 8 weeks of your wedding day.

How do we receive our images?

You will receive all your photos (edited by me and in high resolution) via a beautiful secure password protected online gallery. You are able to download your photos directly from the gallery (in high and web resolution). And you can also share the gallery with your loved ones and on social media.

The online gallery is available to you for 12 months. Extended hosting is available as well at a small additional cost.

Do you offer printed albums?

Yes and I absolutely love them! A Fine Art Album containing all of your favourite images from your wedding day is truly the best way to preserve your memories and to show them off to your loved ones. Your album will last a lifetime and become a favourite family heirloom. My albums are printed on beautiful archival paper and hand-crafted to the highest standards. They are also fully customisable with a multitude of cover choices and colours and cover designs.

More information about my albums and the design process is available here.

I offer 15% off albums when ordered at the time of booking your wedding photography.


We don’t like posing, is that ok?

Absolutely! And I’m also glad that you don’t.

This is something that pretty much all of my couples say and in fact, I am also not the biggest fan of overly posed and staged photos.

I photograph weddings in a very natural and relaxed style and will never pose you awkwardly or create fake moments.

I like to let your wedding day unfold naturally and to capture all those beautiful authentic and unscripted moments.

I will provide you with some gentle direction if needed – e.g. during the location portraits and family photos – but even this part of the day will be easy and relaxed. And as for the rest of the day when you’re busy celebrating with your loved ones, you won’t even know I’m there.

Do we need a second photographer?

I photograph most weddings on my own quite comfortably and I actually prefer it this way so that I can focus on you and your loved ones.

There are of course times when a second photographer is quite handy – for example, if the getting ready locations aren’t nearby, if there are other time constraints on the day or if you have a guest list of 200+.

I can chat to you more about this and we can figure out whether a second shooter is needed. And of course, if you would just like to add one on, I would be more than happy to do so.

Can you help us with our run sheet?

For sure. I’ve been shooting weddings for a couple of years now and I’d be happy to pass on all my tips to make your day run smoothly and for you to get the best out of your images.

You can also check out my Wedding Planning Guide here – you will find some handy tips in here as to how long the different parts of the day take to photograph.

A month or so before your wedding day I will send you a questionnaire to gather all the important parts about the day (timings, addresses etc). I will then draft a run sheet for you to look over.

Will you travel for our wedding?

Absolutely! Although I’m based in Sydney I photograph a lot of weddings in the Southern Highlands, Hunter Valley, Palm Beach and the South Coast.

Please note that weddings outside a 50km radius of Sydney attract a travel fee.

Travel fees for interstate/overseas weddings are quoted on a case by case basis.

What’s your vibe at a wedding?

I’m quite relaxed and approachable and I love to have a chat. Basically, my goal is to fit in with everyone and to enjoy the day as much as you.

I like to work with couples with whom I can be friends. In fact, I still keep in touch with many of my past brides and grooms.

As for the way I work on the day, I’m unobtrusive and I move around as quietly as possible. I also don’t interfere with the flow of the day and I don’t create fake moments. Having said that, I will keep an eye on the time and make sure we’re on track and will gently direct you if and when needed.

We love your work and think you’d be a great fit for us! How do we book you?

Aw, thank you! Firstly, get in touch to check my availability. If I’m available we can chat a bit more about your plans (via email or phone call).

To make things official and reserve your wedding date with me I require you to sign my contract and pay a non-refundable part payment of $1,500.

And if you are not too sure how many hours coverage you need (which is often the case as weddings are planned a year or so ahead!) I am happy for you to lock in your date and finalise the hours of coverage later down the track.

*  If there is anything else you’d like to ask or know please get in touch.


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