Do you travel?
Absolutely. I frequently travel to Canmore and Banff for sessions and weddings and have worked as far away as New York, Holland and as close by as Scandia & Vancouver. Please contact me for travel fees and international rates.

Do you shoot digital or film?
I have a background in film photography but photograph weddings digitally.
Additional images taken with films are available at an additional cost.

What is your shooting style?
Having worked in newspapers I have acquired a bit of a photojournalistic style. I try to photograph more candidly and less formal and posed.
I do however always try to get some formal imagery in every session, for the grandparents.

How much time do you need for wedding portraits?
I try to get 2 hours with the bridal party and bride and groom. This gives me enough time to give you a real diverse number of images.

What if we don’t have that much time?
It is becoming more and more popular to do the wedding photos before the ceremony. I really recommend this and did this at my own wedding.
Doing the images before hand is a lot more relaxed and usually gives you more time with your guests at the end of the day.

Do you accept Credit Cards?
Not at this time. Cash and cheques only.

Do you require a deposit?
Only for weddings. Upon booking I take a 50% deposit.

What should I wear?
Clothes… okay sorry, that was too easy.
If you’re a bride you should probably be in a wedding dress but casual is fine too.
For family portraits being comfortable is the most important thing, try to somewhat co-ordinate your outfit with the rest of your family
but any colour or pattern is fine. Try to dress like you, let your personality shine.

Where do you do family sessions if you don’t have a studio?
I love, absolutely LOVE, photographing people in their home environment or in an location that they have a connection with.
A week before a booked session I usually confirm locations. For me, the outdoors is real playground for photography.