Pricing Guide


- Consultation and planning
- Up to 8 Hours of Wedding Day Coverage
- Approx. 400-700 Edited photos
- Approx. 30 Retouched Photos
**Includes Basics

From $1760


- Consultation and planning
- Up to 6 Hours of Wedding Day Coverage
- Approx. 200-500 Edited photos
- Approx. 20 Retouched Photos
**Includes Basics

FROM $1320


Many weddings are unique and don't fit neatly into a package. I can work with you to create a custom photography package that fits your needs and budget. Contact me today to learn more.

From $250

**Basics: Downloadable files on an online album for personal and/or guest access. Your album can be password protected for privacy or shared with guests. Liability insurance. Up to 40 min travel time from Hampden, Baltimore City, Maryland. (Additional time by 15 min/$30)


Why is wedding photography so expensive?

- Editing wedding day photos takes 2-3x the onsite hours. So a 5 hour wedding actually takes close to 15 hours of editing.
- My yearly editing software costs $400.
- Website, insurance, contracts, invoicing, storage, equipment maintenance and portfolio costs upwards of $5000 a year.
- Equipment (camera, lenses, flash, batteries etc) alone can cost more than $15,000

Where are you based and do you travel?

I am based in Baltimore City, Maryland. Although most of the year I am not able to travel more than an hour, during the summers and holidays I do travel extensively.

When will we get our photos?

Your will receive an online gallery link with all your photos within maximum 4 weeks (sometimes less depending on the season height). You can download all the photos from the gallery but also share them to your guests, choose your favorites, and also order prints!

How many pictures will we receive?

On average you will receive back about 50-80 images per hour of onsite time. Example: 8 hour wedding you will receive back 400- 650 photos. I always choose quality rather than quantity and that's why I will choose the best and more significant photos to edit.

Do you tip wedding photographers?

This answer can be hard to answer but the short answer is "sometimes."
If you are asking a lot more from anyone than what was initially discussed generally speaking it would be courteous to tip. However, society is generally moving away from tipping and it should never be expected.

Do you feed wedding photographers?

Most often, yes. Generally speaking the photographers are usually fed after the guests. This allows time for the photographer to take some shots of the food and displays, while afterwards being able to grab a bite while guests are eating.
Although I usually bring a snacky snack so my blood sugar doesnt dip.

"Edit" vs. "Retouched"

I edit nearly every photo! Yes all of them. But I spend extra time and editing skills to retouch. My retouch processing include teeth whitening, hair management, sometimes even photoshopping background stuff.