PRICING GUIDE

Firstly, I’d love to thankyou for getting in touch.

As my background is photojournalism, I’d like to think my photography is candid and will capture your moment as it happens. As you can see, most couples that I shoot are happy, full of laughter and love, which I think is the perfect way to document your wedding. 

I  also believe that one of the biggest decisions in planning your wedding day is choosing a photographer who matches your style and personality. 

I am an easy going person, but I also take the responsibility of being your wedding photographer very seriously!

 

PACKAGE 1

For those who desire to have a majority of their wedding documented. 

+ 8 Hours of Coverage

+ 500+ Beautifully edited, High Resolution, JPEG Images on a USB & Online Gallery

+ Pre Wedding Meetings & Communication

+ Includes Travel up to 50km's out of Melbourne

+ Optional second shooter ($85.00 - $100.00 per hour)

- I do not cap the amount of images you will receive. All the good ones are yours to keep.

PACKAGE 2

When only everything and anything in between will do. Memories and moments are captured right from the beginning to the final hurrah!

+ 10 Hours of Coverage

+ 750+ Beautifully edited, High Resolution, JPEG Images on a USB & Online Gallery

+ Pre Wedding Meetings & Communication

+ Includes Travel up to 50km's out of Melbourne

+ Optional second shooter ($85.00 - $100.00 per hour)

- Additional hours - $250.00 per hour

- I do not cap the amount of images you will receive. All the good ones are yours to keep.

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CLIENT SPOTLIGHT

 

Courtney & Nathan

 

We weren’t particularly fussed by many of the wedding details that traditionally take up much of a Bride & Groom’s attention, but one thing that we cared deeply about was the quality of our photographs. This is because for us photographs serve as a continual reminder of the day we started our lives together as husband and wife. We wanted photographs that were of a natural style, reflecting the relaxed wedding that we desired and truly captured us as a couple. Essentially we were rebelling against the forced sibling school photograph feel that we despise so much from weddings of years past. 

I (Courtney) actually met Kim at a mutual friend’s birthday brunch. Kim was engaged at the time, I wasn’t, yet we spoke about how we would both happily have a wedding minus all the bells and whistles as long as it meant spending the rest of our days with our significant other. So when Nathan and I got engaged a few months later, this conversation I had with Kim came to mind. Naturally, we believed Kim would be the perfect person to capture our wedding. She made us feel as comfortable as one can in front of a camera. But in all honesty you could hardly tell that she was snapping away on the day- something in my opinion you and the guests definitely appreciate at a wedding!

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Aley & Corey

Aley & Corey