A wedding party celebrates during a Second Line march.
A bride stands in front of a cluster of candles inside of the Marigny Opera House.
A bride and groom hold hands and cross the street in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
A couple kiss in front of an elaborate stained glass window inside of the St. Charles Inn on Canal Street.

A truly magical day


"I believe in capturing the real connection between a couple on the day that showcases their love. I’ve found the best way to do this is to represent what that means to you through every detail." This means through all the laughter, tears, and joy- I want to capture those memories with heart and intention.

Pricing Info

Elopements

Eloping is exhilarating, intimate, adventurous, and really all about two people in love! Based on what you'd like to do, elopements can be between 2 and 4 hours.

$1200 and up

Small Wedding

A typical wedding day begins with the end of getting ready, first looks, ceremony coverage, formals, and reception coverage. Includes 6 hours of coverage with one shooter. Extra time is available.

$2500

I NEED IT ALL!

If you're looking for more than one shooter and want video included, then this one is for you! 6 hours with two shooters and a videographer. You'll only have to go through and coordinate with one person instead of 20!

starts at $3500- contact me

A groom with a cowboy hat, repeats vows to his bride during their ceremony at City Park, New Orleans.
A bride and groom share a kiss inside of a stairwell at the St. Charles Inn.
A couple stands on the steps to the St. Charles Inn.
An intimate gathering stands with a bride and groom under the Tree of Life, at Audubon Park, in New Orleans.
An intimate gathering stands with a bride and groom under the Tree of Life, at Audubon Park, in New Orleans.
A couple marches with their Second Line Band- the NOLA Jaywalkers- through Lafayette Square.
Wedding guests laugh and smile with each other, while marching with a second line band.
A couple happily shouts in front of their Second Line Band in the CBD on New Orleans.
A bride and her bridal party celebrate on a balcony at the Napoleon House in New Orleans.
A grooms feet by the Napoleon House entryway.
Big Fun brass band leading a wedding party along Royal Street during a second line celebration in the French Quarter.
A bride and groom celebrate the end of their second line march in front of the Napoleon House.
The silhouette of a bride and groom with their second line band and NOPD.
A couple and their wedding guests walk down the stairwell of the Napoleon House.
An elopement under the Tree of Life in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A bride ties a floral headband around her groom's head, in preparation for their ceremony at City Park, New Orleans.
Bridesmaids help their friend prepare for her ceremony at City Park.
A groom kisses his bride inside of Jackson Square, in the French Quarter, as the sun rises behind them.
Wedding rings and a vow book with Mardi Gras beads, under the Tre of Life in Audubon Park.
A flower girl throws petals along the ceremony aisle of a wedding at Press Street Gardens.
A bride and groom stand under their alter at the Press Street Gardens in New Orleans.
Polaroids hang on a clothing line, in New Orleans.
The outside of the Press Street Gardens in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A flower pot with the initials of a bride and groom.
A couple marches through the New Orleans Bywater, during their second line.
A couple marches through the New Orleans Bywater, during their second line.
A couple marches through the New Orleans Bywater, during their second line, as guests waive their handkerchiefs.
A bride holds her flowers under the Tree of Life at Audubon Park in New Orleans.
A bride and groom hold hands under the Tree of Life in New Orleans.
A bride and groom hold hands under the Tree of Life in New Orleans.
A bride and groom pop a bottle of bubbly under the Tree of Life in New Orleans.
Bride's flowers and rings with some family heirlooms at City Park in New Orleans.
A bride and groom pop a bottle of bubbly by the Butler Fountain at City Park, New Orleans.
A bride and groom pop a bottle of bubbly by the Butler Fountain at City Park, New Orleans.
A couple dance inside of the Two Sisters Pavilion in the City Park Botanical Gardens of New Orleans.
A couple exchange rings during their City Park ceremony in New Orleans.
A couple exchanges their personal vows in City Park, New Orleans.
Wedding guests cheer as the bride and groom kiss in front of the Butler Memorial Fountain in New Orleans City Park.
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FAQ

Why should you work with me?

Each wedding, couple, family and person is different, and each taught me something new. I bring that expertise and knowledge to every new story I am asked to capture.

It's not enough to be good at what you do. Being likable and loving others is a different expertise.

I believe my cameras are simply my way to love others and help influence their lives. That means we have fun together while I capture your important memories.

I also believe that hearts matter. On one level a wedding a love story. Your love story. On another level, it’s about how I view the best way to serve you.

Photography for me is more than a passion. It’s my lifelong dream and legacy for my daughters.

So why do I do it? Wedding photography is about connections and creatively exploring those narratives is interesting.

Who am I? I'm a photographer with a vision, who wants to work with you.

How far in advance should I book with you?

I can be flexible but I have a big girl weekday job and am a single mom, so at least 2 months before the date will be mutually beneficial! Popular dates tend to fill up as well, so as soon as you have your date set- see if I am available.

How many pictures will I receive?

I deliver an estimated 50 pictures for every hour. For 6 hours, that would be around 300, however, I tend to deliver every good image (I refuse to let them go to waste) and most galleries end up with way more than expected.

Is my retainer refundable?

In short, the answer is no. When booking, the retainer that you initially pay towards your coverage holds that date and time. It's reserved especially for you! Therefore, the retainer is not refundable, but any payments made after potentially are. You can always refer to your contract for the specifics.

Do you travel?

I do! I love to get around, do not be afraid to ask for pricing. If it's somewhere on my bucket list- I will likely not charge for travel.

What is your shooting style?

I'm very laid back and go with the flow in general. I make it a point to capture everything as I see it- journalistic, if you will. I do like to grab my couples for some fun creative concepts, but usually keep it short, so that your entire night isn't consumed with posing. I like to be traditional with family formals, because you will want something for the wall, but I will not force this unless it is especially asked for. When I send you a questionnaire, I specifically leave it to clients to choose!

Do you offer video?

Absolutely! Videos can be between 1 minute to 8 minutes long. The length is dependent upon what is discussed during your consultation.

Will I be able to print my pictures where I want to?

Yes. I have a few places to refer you to, but can not guarantee the quality if printed at places such as CVS, Sam's, or Walgreens.

Are RAWS available?

RAWS are very huge files, but can be purchased separately as long as you provide the dropbox for me to load them on to.

Do you backup galleries?

I keep backups of every wedding or session I have ever shot. I don't delete anything, but some things that are more than 6 years old will not be available because I can't hoard external hard drives forever....even if I wanted to.

Do you have a vendor list?

Yes. If you need any suggestions, I do know a lot of other vendors in the wedding industry that I can connect you with. It makes searching a little less of a headache.

Will I be able to add on time?

Yes, leading up to the day before- you have the option to add on time. Additional time is $275 per hour.

Marigny Opera House Editorial with New Orleans Wedding Magazine

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