HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN DOING PHOTOGRAPHY?
I have been involve with photography my whole life. I started taking it serious in 2014 and started my business in 2018.
What kind of photographer would you say you are?
I am defiantly in the warm, moody vibe. I love to capturing raw candid photos as well as posed photos.
Do you travel?
Yes do! I am from Southeasten CT but I am willing to travel to a location of your choice in Connecticut or maybe out of the state.
There is a travel fee of $80 for anything more than 25 miles of Oakdale CT within the State of Connecticut.
Do you do any destination wedding for elopement?
YES! YES! YES! I do travel outside of CT. If you decide to have a destination wedding and want me to capture your special moment, I will be there. Reach out for a quote.
DO YOU RETOUCH PHOTOS?
I do minor blemishes retouch. However I do not do any body alterations to any of my photos. I believe we are made beautifully.
Do you give out the RAW images?
I do not give out raw images. I give out the best photos that I choose to edit. I also do not sell the RAW photos as well.
What gear do you use?
My go to gear is
•Nikon D750 & D780 for body
• Tamron 35mm 1.4 & Sigma 85mm 1.4
• Flash Nikon SB-700 (if needed0
HOW ARE MY IMAGES DELIVERED?
Your gallery will be delivered in a private online gallery where you'll be able to download directly to your computer or phone.
What is your turn-around?
I try my best to get your gallery deliver as soon as possible, but I also love to take my time and deliver my best to my clients.
For regular portraits is 2-4 weeks.
For any elopements & weddings is 8-12 weeks.
When is the best time to book with you?
For weddings, I am booking 1.5-2 years in advance.
For portrait sessions I book 2-3 months in advance.
I do suggest to book in advance if you want photos taken during the months of July-November due to wedding season.
What should I wear?
Honestly, I always tell my clients to wear anything that they feel comfortable and confident in. The best colors to wear are neutral colors such as black, whites, creams, tans, caramels. I always suggest to avoiding anything thats bright and bold to avoid any distraction from your face.