Do you offer engagement sessions?

Of course! I always encourage you to do one. An engagement session is a great opportunity for us to get to know each other, get more comfortable in from of the camera (because let’s be honest it still feel awkward for most of us) find your most flattering angles and create beautiful photos for your website, save-the-dates and guest book.

How many years have you been a photographer?

I started taking pictures back in 2005 and photographed my first wedding in 2007 so it's been a while.

How many events do you shoot per year?

I book a limited number of 20 weddings every year which allows me to invest more time in each event.

How do we get in touch with you?

Just send me an email or fill out the contact form and I will get back to you shortly.
We will set up a time for a phone call or meet for coffee. I’d love to get to know you and your partner and hear your story!

How does the booking process work?

A signed contract and a 50% retainer fee are required to secure the date.

What does your typical turnaround of images look like?

You will receive a sneak peek gallery (5-10 photos) in 1-2 days after the event and the full collection in 4-6 weeks.

How many images will we get?

You will receive a curated collection of at least 400 custom edited photos for an 8-hour long wedding day

Do you travel?

Yes, I’d love to go anywhere! Travel fees may apply outside of the state of California.

Do you shoot film or digital?

I shoot 100% digital but as you can see most of my work is inspired by film and cinematography.

How did you get into photography?

It happened back in 2005 when my sister came visiting from Germany and took some pictures of me. I was going through some challenging times and I was blown away how those photographs translated my emotional state and even more. After having my own kids I started to value photography even more. It allows you to travel back in time and relive the most precious moments of your life and sometimes feel something else. So photography is a very emotional thing for me.

What’s your favorite part of the wedding?

Cocktail hour and dancing. And your portraits when you finally stop noticing my camera:)

How do you describe your style?

That’s a good question… It’s emotional, vibrant, subtle, intimate, authentic and honest storytelling.