Frequently Asked Questions

I am friends with so many colleagues in the industry, you will have a choice of another professional photographer. It has only happened twice in 25 years, but still a very valid question.

Limiting hours on a wedding day feels kind of weird to me. Bridal prep to dance-floor is pretty much the norm. If you require shorter coverage, I don’t mind. Lets chat and we can work something out.

No, you have enough decision making right now. Meeting in person before your wedding day allows us to catch up and discuss exact requirements.

If your wedding is peak season, on a weekend in a years time, then probably not. Otherwise send across some details and we can discuss in more detail.

I can bring a second shooter, though have always worked solo. Pre planning usually avoids the need, any pictures you see have been shot by me, myself and I.

Of course when location allows it. Its all down to arranging timing’s so both parties get coverage. 

In peak season 2-3 weeks, in low season 1-2 weeks. For me, the incentive of an outstanding balance helps drive delivery dates.

Only if I am staying for evening coverage. In a quiet corner of the venue I can narrow down a few faves during dinner.

Check my availability for your day
One wedding per day, my diary is always open