As you begin to research different vendors for various aspects of your wedding, there is a few questions you will undoubtedly ask yourself. Is this vendor what I’m looking for? Do I like what they offer? Do they care about my needs or theirs? The list goes on and on. It’s especially important to have a list of questions for your photographer. After all, one of the few things you will always keep from your wedding are your pictures!

So where do I fit in on this?  Here are a few common questions I get asked and their answers.

Location? I primarily shoot in the Niagara region, but also travel throughout the Burlington, Hamilton and Toronto areas as well.

Experience? I am now entering my 6th year.


All of my packages come with the fully edited high resolution CD. Most of my packages come with a 2nd shooter and engagements as well because it gives us a chance to get to know one another and I find that makes everyone more comfortable on the wedding day. A 2nd shooter is included to give you extra pictures from a different perspective, and it’s always good to have a backup. I do offer fantastic, high quality albums, prints and canvases at an affordable price too, but I’m well aware that we live in the digital age and the CD is needed.

Why should you choose me to capture your wedding over someone else?

Ever since I first photographed a wedding, I have been in love with what I do. I strive to stay up-to date on the latest trends in wedding photography. I always edit your pictures fully, and that includes taking out pimples, skin smoothing and enhancing each photograph to maximize the potential of each picture you receive.

*I’ve also begun to offer an elopement package for people travelling to the Niagara area for a destination wedding who only require 1-2 hours of coverage.*

Please click through the gallery below for a sample of my wedding photography. If you have any other questions please feel free to email me, I’d love to hear from you!

Niagara Falls Photography




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