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Where are you located, and how far do you travel?

My in-home studio is located in Woburn, MA, but travel anywhere and everywhere. While most of my weddings are in the New England area, I am always happy to jump in my car, a plane, a train, and sometimes even a boat to get to a wedding!


How many photos do we receive from our wedding day?

Because every wedding day is unique, it is hard to put an exact number on how many images you will receive. That being said, I deliver between 50-100 fully edited images per hour of coverage.




When do we receive our wedding photos after the big day?

I am just as excited as you are to see all the photos that were taken from the day! Because of that, I will have a small preview ready for you within a day or so, and your full gallery of edited images will be ready within one month.


Do we need a second photographer?

My second photographers are all veterans that I love having along with me to capture a second angle, and they allow me to be in two places at once. They are a great addition to a wedding day especially for those with multiple locations, and/or for couples that choose to take their family & bridal party photographs during cocktail hour. That being said, I am very comfortable being a solo photographer.

When we get together and talk over your plans, I will be able to give you my recommendation based on your vision and plans!


We’re ready to do this! How do we lock in the date with you?

I'm so excited to hear from you! The first step is to fill out my contact form and from there we can schedule a time to meet or check in via phone if you are not local to talk over all of your plans!






When do you photograph engagement sessions?

I schedule engagement sessions Monday-Thursday roughly 2 hours prior to sunset as that is when we get the best light!


Can we bring multiple outfits?

Of course! I love when couples have both a casual and more formal look :)


Where should we go?

When choosing a location for your engagement session, consider two things.


  1. Choose a place/idea that is meaningful to you both. Do you enjoy a particular activity? One of my couples loved playing basketball, so we hit the courts. Another just moved into their new home and we decided to have an at-home session.
  2. Think about the backdrop and popularity of this location. I tend to sway toward places that are quieter and you don't have to be photographed in front of crowds!




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When do you photograph family sessions?

I schedule family sessions Monday-Thursday roughly 2 hours prior to sunset as that is when we get the best light!



Talk to me about newborn sessions. When is the best time to schedule that?

I recommend planning our session when your nugget is around 2 weeks old, and this can be at any time of day.