GENERAL QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION:

WILL YOU TRAVEL DOMESTICALLY AND/OR INTERNATIONALLY?

Absolutely; I'm always excited to photograph in new places, and love to travel. It's easier to get me to travel than you might think, so please contact me to discuss your ideas.

WHAT IF THERE'S BAD WEATHER

We will work with whatever happens. It's always good to have a second plan, and I'm happy to help you with your ideas, having shot in everything that New England has to offer.


ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS:

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Most people dress nicely but not too formally. Be comfortable, coordinate with your partner, and consider avoiding bright colors.

SHOULD I BRING A CHANGE OF CLOTHES?

You're welcome to bring another outfit, but remember that time spent changing will take away from our time working together.


WEDDINGS:

SHOULD I DO A FIRST LOOK?

The biggest advantage of doing a first look is that you'll have a private and intimate moment with your partner before the ceremony, seeing each other for the first time in your own space. Taking the time to do this early in the day also means you'll have more time after the ceremony to be celebrating with friends and family.

WHAT IF TIMING ON THE DAY GETS OFF SCHEDULE?

Very rarely does a complicated event goes exactly as planned, and my extensive experience and relaxed approach mean that we will have a great day regardless.

WE ARE GETTING MARRIED OUTSIDE – ANY WORDS OF ADVICE?

For walking more comfortably and easily across grass, I'd advise that the ladies wear flats or wedges, and not shoes with a stiletto heel. Bug spray and sunscreen are always a wise investment during the warmer months.

I HAVE ALL THESE PHOTOS I LOVE FROM PINTEREST; CAN I GIVE THEM TO YOU TO COPY ON MY DAY? 

I love to see what you're interested in, and the most helpful thing for me is showing me samples of my own work that you enjoyed and would like to recreate. With that in mind, every wedding is different, and it's most important to focus on what is unique and beautiful about your own day. 

DO I NEED A SECOND SHOOTER?

If you would like to have photos of both parties getting ready before the ceremony, and you enjoy images of details and a range of perspectives and angles, I'd highly recommend having a second photographer. For larger weddings, it's that much more helpful to have two sets of eyes to document the events and all of your guests. 

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