For your convenience, my top four most frequently asked questions. If you’d like the “everything you ever wanted to know about this wedding photographer” version, you can visit the extended FAQ here.
What are your Wedding prices?
Pricing is challenging to answer across the board because of the variety of wedding collections I offer, which depending on the size and location of your wedding. (I’m also a tiny bit flexible for weddings that take place, say, on a Thursday in January, or in a destination I’m traveling to anyway.)
Usually, however, New York City weddings begin at 4200, and on average, clients spend around 5300.
The best, most amazing thing my studio offers is an heirloom-quality wedding album included with every collection. I’ll either hand deliver it to you in New York City, or ship to you anywhere in the world, compliments of my studio.
What are your Elopement prices?
Most couples choose a full elopement collection of three or four hours. This includes getting ready photos at your hotel room, your ceremony, and portraits after before I send you on your way for an epic dinner. You can book up to six hours for an elopement.
Elopement pricing begins at 2000.
In addition, I have a one-hour, one-location elopement collection for 1000. You arrive already glam, get married, and have photos at the same location. This collection is not suitable for City Hall.
Always included, no matter what: help planning (I’ve been photographing elopements in NYC since 2010… I have a few tricks up my sleeve!), serving as your witness if you’re eloping for just two, helping you find vendors, and whatever else I can do to make your day amazing.
How Long Until we See Our Images?
If you get married over the weekend, expect to see a sneak peek by Monday morning (I can’t wait to Instagram any more than you can!)
Industry standard is 6-8 weeks, but I’ll get them to you in 30 days or so.
Your album will be ready a few months after delivery of your images, but you can start ordering prints right away.
How Many Images Do you Deliver?
The best answer is “Enough to tell the story”.
It will probably average 50 images per hour, but might be more if you have a lot of details, or fewer if your wedding is more streamlined and minimal. You’ll also have more coverage, and therefore more photos, if you opt to have a second photographer.
Your wedding album will contain about 40 incredible highlights, but you can upgrade your album with more pages if you’d like (although I can tell you from experience, about 40 is just about perfect!)