It’s frustrating when you need to send an email or call someone just to get an idea of price. That’s why I have my prices up-front on my site.  Please contact me if you’re looking to customise a package.

Photography Packages

Video Packages

Combination Packages

Our combination packages are delivered in partnership with Crystal D Studios and include a team of 4 people on all shoots to get maximum coverage of your wedding day!

2 Photographers and/or Videographers With All Packages

I learned early on that having 2 people behind a camera leads to better photos and video. That’s why all my packages include two photographers and/or videographers for your big day.

No extra costs, just extra content.

Customised Packages

Most people find that one of the packages will meet their needs, however you may have different requirements. If you’re looking for something a little different on your wedding day, or would just like to make a slight tweak to an existing package please let me know. You’ll find a non-exhaustive list of possible custom options below in the FAQ.

Frequently Asked Questions

Planning a wedding can be a complicated process. There are lots of questions and each photographer is different. Below are some common questions asked by couples in the past. If you’re still unsure about any of my services, please get in touch with me.

Will you travel to my location?

Probably! I’m based in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, but shoot weddings in many locations. If you’re getting married at a venue more than 50km away from the city, there may be a small travel fee.

Weddings where accommodation is required are negotiated on a per-wedding basis.

What’s a “highlights video” and how is it different to a traditional wedding video?

A highlights video is the modern take on a traditional wedding video. They generally run for around 3-5 minutes and include elements from the entire day. They are a much more exciting way to showcase your day. If you’re looking to have a traditional documentary style, full-length wedding video as well, this is available as part of our combination packages.

What is the process of booking you as our wedding photographer/videographer?

Here is a high level overview the process prior to your wedding:

After confirming the date, the first thing I’ll do is have a face to face meeting to meet you and run through all the details of the day. After this meeting, if you’d like to proceed with me as your photographer I’ll create a formal contract and ask for a deposit to secure the date.

Can I change the included album?

The Gold and Platinum packages both include a hard cover album. Both can be upgraded in terms of size, number of pages, cover materials and a variety of other options. I will work with you after the wedding to design the album and you will have the final say in the overall layout. Changes to the album don’t need to be settled on until after the wedding day when the design process begins.


Can we make our own prints/albums using the photos?

Of course! The photos are delivered in full resolution with no watermarks or restrictions on printing. They are delivered in JPEG format which is readable by all print services from shopping centres to high-end speciality printers.

What elements of your packages can I customise?

I’ll try to accomodate any ideas you have where possible. Here are some examples of customisations people have made in the past: 

Additional hours, photographers, or videographers,  prints, canvases, parent albums, rehearsal coverage, same day edits of photos or video for reception viewing, pre-wedding videos or photography to send your guests. I’m open to other ideas!


What equipment do you use?

A chance to nerd out! My second shooter and I both carry two cameras, specifically full frame Canon 5D models (MK III and MK IV) so we have 4 cameras with us in case one goes down. We record RAW to mutltiple Sandisk Extreme Pro cards (for real time backup). We use a selection of lenses including 24-70mm f2.8 and 70-200mm f2.8 zooms. Primes in rotation include 35mm f1.4, 50mm f1.4, 85mm f1.4, 135mm f2 and 100mm f2.8 macro. Occasionally we bring in others for specialised use. We use speedlites with modifiers, soft boxes, gels, grids and snoots. We use a combination of cameras for videos, plus additional tools like gimbals and wireless lapel microphones to capture clear sound.

If that meant nothing to you, basically we use industry standard, professional grade gear!

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Please get in touch if you have any questions!