Rates begin at $4000 for a full day of wedding coverage. If you need more or less coverage, there are options. Prints, albums and second photographers are booked à la carte so you can design your own perfect collection. Hourly rates are available for small and off-season weddings. Contact for a detailed list.
I'm based in Toronto and accept a small number of travel commissions every year. In addition to the photography fee, I charge a flat-rate travel fee to cover costs. Let me know where you're going or if you need some ideas - I have lots!
Yes. and have no fear, engagement sessions don't have to be lame. I view engagement and couple portrait sessions as separate projects from weddings and I tailor a fun and creative experience for you. Often my couples have a vision in mind and I love to help execute that. You don't have to be getting married to have this experience and make beautiful photos together (#norules). Share your ideas with me, embrace your personality and lets come up with something good. If you want to try something out of the ordinary like a nighttime engagement session or a themed, editorial-style shoot, I'm all ears.
Wedding Photography Permits
For most locations in Toronto, a wedding photography permit is required. Permits usually come with an (annoying) fee but are generally easy to obtain. I encourage you to book your permits early and will help you figure out when permits are needed and how to get one.
Big yes! I love dogs and I'm happy to incorporate your pet(s) into our session but please note, I require you to bring along a friend to pet-sit while the animal is not involved in the shoot.
30% retainer and signed contract are required to secure your date. Availability is not guaranteed until bookings are confirmed. I book most weddings 8 - 12 months in advance.
Yes, lets meet! I work from the most beautiful co-working space Toronto has to offer. Be in touch and I'll have you over for coffee/tea and view of the skyline. If you're out of town (or lazy because its winter) we can always Skype, FaceTime or go oldschool and talk on the phone.