FAQ

Frequently asked questions

+ How far in advance do you usually book?

We usually book 8 to 12 months out, but sometimes it is over a year in advance.

+ How long have you been in business?

We have been creating beautiful photos over 12 years and have photographed hundreds of weddings.

+ Have you photographed at my venue?

We have been to several venues in and around Houston and have years of experience in different lighting conditions, specially low light scenes such as a church or sunset ceremony. Scroll down to view a list of venues.

+ What photography services do you offer?

Primary services include weddings, engagement, bridal, boudoir, newlywed and day-after. We also offer maternity, newborn, children, family, and school seniors.

+ How long is the turnaround time to get the images?

The turnaround time for portraits is usually up to 2 and weddings up to 6 weeks. Every photo is edited individually to make sure everything looks fabulous.

+ Are the photos on your website edited?

Yes, all photos will be edited for correct color balance and brightness (exposure). Prints and albums also get touch ups as needed.

+ Is there a retainer or deposit to reserve our wedding date?

A retainer of 25% and a signed agreement is required to reserve your date. This amount will go towards your photography balance.

+ What kind of payments do you accept?

All major credit cards (Visa, Master card, Discover, American Express) as well as checks and cash.

+ Do you require full payment before the wedding?

Unlike other vendors, I never require the full amount up front. We want to make it easy for you, that is why we split the total amount into several equal payments. I am very flexible and can work out a plan for monthly payments that will meet your budget.

+ Do you charge sales tax?

The State of Texas require 8.25% sales tax on everything that is sold, please make sure to add this amount to your photography budget.

+ Do you travel outside of Texas for a wedding?

I am available for travel anywhere within the continental U.S. for your destination wedding. Just pay for he cost of airfare, taxi, hotel, meals and incidentals. I prefer to arrive two days before your wedding to avoid any delays and also photograph the rehearsal dinner.

+ What is the next step to book?

First email me to check for availability. I will send you a proposal and wedding agreement with all the terms of which you can view and sign online. Then you can make your first payment (retainer) to finish the booking process and reserve your date.

+ Can you pencil in our date for now?

Unfortunately I cannot hold a wedding date without a signed agreement and retainer, thank you for understanding.


This is an extensive list of all the different venues around Houston that we have had the pleasure to photograph in over the years:

51fifteen Restaurant & Lounge
Agave Estates
Ashelynn Manor
Ashton Gardens
Bell Tower
Bentwater Yatch Club
Big Sky Barn
Black Hawk Country Club
Briscoe Manor
Brookwood Community
Butler's Courtyard
Carlton Woods Country Club
Carriage House
Chateau Polonez
Haak Winery
Heather's Glenn
Honey Bee Ranch Event Center
Hotel Galvez
Kim Son Restaurant
La Tranquila Ranch
Las Brisas Farm
Las Velas
Madera Estates
Magnolia Hotel
Moffitt Oaks
Olde Dobbin Station
Omni Houston Hotel
Petroleum Club of Houston
Raveneaux Country Club
River Oaks Gardens Club
Royal Oaks Country Club
Royal Sonesta Hotel
Safari Texas Ranch
San Luis Resort
Shirley Acres
Station 3
Sugar Creek Country Club
The Astorian
The Barn at Four Pines Ranch
The Downtown Club
The Farmhouse
The Gallery
The Gardens at Madeley Manor
The Grove
The Heights Villa
The Historic Heights Fire Station
The Houstonian Hotel
The Majestic Metro
The Parador
The Sam Houston Hotel
The Springs: Angleton
The Springs: Lake Conroe
The Springs: Magnolia
The Tuscany Villa
The Villagio
The Vineyards of Waverly Manor
The Woodlands Country Club
The Woodlands Waterway Marriot
Tremont House
Waterpoint Premier Lakeside Venue

Oak Tree Manor (Billboard Bride photo shoot)
Sans Souci Ballroom (Billboard Bride photo shoot)
The Grand Hall at Deer Lake Lodge (Billboard Bride photo shoot)

1940 Air Terminal Museum (Bridal)