the experience

One way I ensure that our brides and grooms enjoy the best photographic experience possible is through forming a relationship with our couples. We try our best to make sure that all of our couples are the perfect fit for us before officially booking.

A bride and groom should connect with their photographer, trust their photographer and be excited about the whole process with them! After booking, I love getting to know my clients through an engagement session that helps them warm up to the camera so that they are ready to rock and roll on the wedding day!

Once you’ve hit that ‘inquire’ button, we’ll get in touch with you to discuss your ideas. From the logistics, to the styling, to the overall vibe, we’ll go through everything with you, designing your idea of the perfect day.

Timeless and Organic wedding photography


ptf wedding collections start at $3500. Every wedding includes up to 6-10 hours of wedding coverage to ensure that we capture your day from beginning to end. Packages may vary to fit your specific needs including addiTIONAL portrait sessions, custom albums, and prints.



Forget the lasebeam school picture day flashbacks. This is going to be fun. Promise. 


Your story is worth telling. Let me capture it. 


I’m here for the memories. Every last one. 


the gist about what you'll get when you choose to work with us

How many wedding photos do I receive?

Typically I will edit and deliver between 600-800 images from your wedding day. The number of photos you receive will depend on wedding party size, number of guests, and hours of coverage. Engagement and bridal portrait sessions will range from 60-90  images.

will I get all the photos from my day?

Because each photograph is thoughtfully taken, your final gallery consists of all images from your wedding day, with the exception of blurry images, blinkers, and duplicate poses.

What kind of gear do you use?

I carry a Canon eos r6 and a 5D Mark IV as a backup camera body. I use a variety of lenses to capture my subjects, but tend to use prime lenses. Prime lenses have a fixed focal length and usually allow for quicker and sharper images, which I find very helpful during weddings where things can happen in the blink of an eye.