1. Are you available?
If you like what you see and you’re interested in a particular date, you can check your date on my booking calendar and contact me directly. I will confirm my availability status, and we’ll set up a meeting over phone, video chat, or in person at my San Francisco office. If everything works out, you’ll be able to submit a contract and retainer to hire me and reserve your date.
Weddings are often booked six months to a year in advance. Portrait sessions are typically scheduled during the weekdays one to four weeks in advance.
Don’t forget: I love to travel. So even if you are tucked away in the complete opposite corner of the country, I’d be more than happy to talk to you about heading over for your event. (Hawaii, anyone?)
2. What equipment do you use?
I typically shoot with the following:
Canon 5D Mark III and 5D Mark II
35mm/1.4, 50mm/1.4, 85mm/1.8, 100mm/2.8 macro, Canon 70-200mm/2.8 IS,
Canon 580EX II, 430EXII, Lumo Pro manual flash, Pocket Wizards, reflectors, video lights
Used less frequently:
Canon EOS 3 35mm film body
16-35mm/2.8 IS, Canon 135mm/2.0
3. Can I be your assistant or second shooter?
Quite possibly! I do work with assistants and second shooters on many of my shoots. I offer an annual internship program, but the 2013 position has been filled.
4. Can you recommend a florist/makeup artist/etc.?
I feature preferred vendors once a month in my spotlight series. Visit the profiles to view some of my favorites of the wedding industry!
5. Can I ask you something else?
Sure, contact me!