The Big Day

By now you've probably started planning for that big day. You've started to figure out exactly how you want your wedding to be and you have the idea of the perfect day in your head. Now come the tricky part, finding a photographer that can capture those ideas and represent your wedding for the rest of your life. It's a big decision, I know. The hardest part is that there are hundreds of photographers. Some of them are amazing and some of them are not so great. The thing is, which one do you hire?

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Honestly, you should consider a few things before hiring a wedding photographer:

  • Does this photograph have a style that I like?
  • Does this photographer fit my budget?
  • Does this photographer's personality work with the wedding that I want?
  • Are the photos mine after the wedding?
  • Do I get all of the photos taken?
  • Will the photographer edit the photos before I receive them?

These aren't always easy questions to answer, which is why you should start a dialogue. Email me or any other photographers that you are considering. Tell them about your wedding, what you're looking for and ask them what they have to offer. If I don't think that I could capture your wedding the way that you want me to, I will let you know, and if I can, I will point you in the right direction.


Why Me?

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All of the photographs that I take will be yours. I think this is a very important thing to consider. All of my work is under a Creative Common Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Creative Commons License essentially means that you do not need to get permission from me in order to make prints or do something with your photographs. Most photographs have strict copyrights on their photographs meaning that you do not own the photos and if you wanted to get extras prints, you would have to ask for the photographers permission. Sometimes they will even put watermarks on the photographs that they give you; I don't do that. All of your photographs will be watermark free.

I don't believe in putting a time limit on your wedding and on my time. Usually, 8-10 hours is enough time to capture all of the special moments, but if for some reason that isn't enough, I don't want you to feel rushed or shorted. I am there from start to finish. Typically I am available for one whole day, but email me if you have special circumstances and I can discuss it with you.

I am willing to travel! I currently reside in Buffalo, NY, but I do travel a lot. Let me know where you want to have your wedding and I'll be there! I just charge a small fee for tickets and modest accommodations.


The Packages

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I offer packages that are pretty straight forward:

Basic Package ($2,000)

  • Full day of photographs!
  • One photographer all day
  • Editing and enhancements to all photos
  • Access to the full resolution of every photograph taken that day
  • 50 4x6 or 3.5x5 prints
  • 11"x8.5" photo book with a minimum of 20 pages
  • Complete control over what you want to do with the photographs

Two-Is-Better-Than-One Package($3,800)

  • Full day of photographs!
  • Two photographers all day
  • Editing and enhancements to all photos
  • Access to the full resolution of every photograph taken that day
  • 100 4x6 or 3.5x5 prints
  • 11"x8.5" photo book with a minimum of 20 pages
  • Unique perspective from both photographers in the photo book
  • Complete control over what you want to do with the photographs

Travel Package ($2,300)

  • Full day of photographs!
  • Travel to nearly any location in the USA
  • One photographer all day
  • Editing and enhancements to all photos
  • Access to the full resolution of every photograph taken that day
  • 50 4x6 or 3.5x5 prints
  • 11"x8.5" photo book with a minimum of 20 pages
  • Complete control over what you want to do with the photographs

Buffalove Package ($2,200) (Available only to those in Buffalo, NY)

  • Full day of photographs!
  • One photographer all day
  • Engagement session
  • Editing and enhancements to all photos
  • Access to the full resolution of every photograph taken that day
  • 50 4x6 or 3.5x5 prints
  • 11"x8.5" photo book with a minimum of 20 pages
  • Complete control over what you want to do with the photographs
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