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Frequently Asked Questions

I work on a “first-sign-first-serve” basis. To secure your date, a signed contract and deposit is required. I cannot guarantee my availability for any dates without these two things.

Do you travel for weddings?

Yes, I am a big fan of travel and would love to photograph more connections abroad. Generally within Europe but happy to talk more about your day. I have captured several international weddings in Ireland, Lake Como, Tuscany, The Southern Highlands – Australia, Chamonix – France, Split – Croatia, Santorini. And also The Scottish Highlands and in the mountains of Bergen – Norway.

When is the best time to book?

We take a select number of bookings each year so my best advice is around 8-12 months in advance. But even on short notice, you might be in luck.

When and how do we get our photos?

Within four weeks via an online cloud gallery with a license to print. You and your family can download the images if you’re willing to share your private link.

Can we print our wedding images?

Yes, I very much encourage it, images are born to be printed. My collections include the high-resolution image files which are licensed to print.

Do you offer pre-wedding sessions?

Yes, I call these connection sessions. These are intimate, close and honest. It’s a great way to break the ice and to help put you at ease, ready for your Big Day.

Do you offer wedding albums?

Always available are our handmade fine-art albums in various sizes. These can be an additional cost.

Do you have insurance and backup gear?

Yes, fully insured and we have multiple cameras. Also our cameras record to two cards, so we have backups of the imagery.