NYC Elopement Photographer

Let's do this thing.

Congratulations on eloping in the best city on earth! I'm so excited to be photographing your elopement and take this job very seriously, so I've prepared this guide for you with helpful information. Please take the time to read it carefully.

My phone number is +1-203-526-1738 and you can reach me on iMessages or WhatsApp.

You're Booked! What Next?

1. Get Connected. 
I'm all over social media, and love when clients connect with me. I'm on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. You'll for sure want to check out my Pinterest board "Your New York City Honeymoon".

2. Relax. (If your elopement isn't for a while.)
After I've received your signed contract and retainer, you are officially in my calendar, and I don't need anything else from you until we're closer to your wedding date.

About a month before your wedding day, you'll pay your final balance and receive a questionnaire from me that you can fill out with all of the details I'll need. It includes everything from the timeline and shot lists, to details about family dynamics I should be aware of if you're eloping with parents, siblings, and friends.

Last minute elopers, you don't get to relax! If you book me within a month of getting married, I'll send this out straight away, and your full payment is due at signing.

3. Start daydreaming about your album.
We'll start building it together right after you receive your wedding photos.

The album included in your collection is a 10 x 10 inch fine art book, library-bound in your choice of hand-dyed "lux linen" or heathered "coastal linen". They feature archival matte pages.

Many elopement clients opt to upgrade to a traditional wedding album (listed as "the Beautiful Album").

If you want to go really fancy, opt for the Marlow Signature album (which is the most gorgeous wedding album in the world as far as I'm concerned!)