Check your wedding date availability

First things first! As much as I’d love to be in multiple places at once, I can only shoot one wedding per day so below are the dates I’m already booked. I certainly hope I’m free for your day but if not you may still contact me and I can refer you on to some of my awesome photographer mates who’s work I love and who I know will do a brilliant job on your day. Please note peak wedding time can fill up super fast so I recommend you get in early if you want to secure me for your day. 

I have packages covering 3 hours (not available on a Saturday between September until the end of May) 6 hours, 8 hours (most popular) and 10 hours coverage – please Contact me and fill me in on some of your wedding plans. 

Availability for 2019 & 2020 – The dates below are the dates I’m already booked for weddings/holidays.

March 2019

Saturday 2nd – unavailable

Saturday 16th – unavailable

Saturday 23rd – unavailable

Sunday 24th – unavailable

Saturday 30th – unavailable

April 2019

Friday 5th – unavailable

Saturday 6th – unavailable

Saturday 27th – unavailable

May 2019

Saturday 4th – unavailable

Saturday 11th – unavailable

Tuesday 14th – unavailable

Saturday 25th – unavailable 

June 2019

Saturday 15th – unavailable

July – Unavailable

August 2019

August 3rd – unavailable

Saturday 10th – unavailable

Sunday 25th – unavailable

September 2019

Saturday 14th – unavailable

Saturday 21st – unavailable

Saturday 28th – unavailable

October 2019

Saturday 12th – unavailable

Thursday 17th – unavailable

Friday 18th – unavailable

Saturday 19th – unavailable 

Saturday 26th – unavailable

November 2019

Saturday 2nd – unavailable

Friday 8th – unavailable

Saturday 9th – unavailable

Saturday 16th – unavailable 

Saturday 23rd – unavailable

Saturday 30th – unavailable


March 2020

Saturday 28th – unavailable

April 2020

Friday 3rd – unavailable

Friday 17th – unavailable

Sunday 19th – unavailable

May 2020

Saturday 16th – unavailable

June 2020

Saturday 20th – unavailable

December 2020

Saturday 12th – unavailable



Frequently Asked Questions

If you think I’m the photographer for you, I’ve put together some frequently asked questions about my booking procedure and other relevant information. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you’re unsure of anything.

Q: Can I come and view some of your work?

A: Absolutely. I have a studio set up at my home and I invite you to come here and look at some albums and have a chat with me. When looking for the right photographer it’s important you feel comfortable in their presence, and also to view work in print. I understand meeting can be difficult for some couples as distance might be an issue, you can of course still book it in online. If we get to meet before the date that’s great but if not, that’s ok too. We can always chat on the phone.

Q: To keep costs down, at this stage I would like a USB only of images, is this ok?

A: Yes, you can also come back to me after the wedding to order an album too.

Q: Do you watermark the images?

A: Your high resolution files are NOT watermarked.

Q: What sort of deposit do you require and how do I make payment?

A: I ask for a $400 deposit with the balance payable two weeks before the wedding day. Your wedding photography is invoiced outlining the inclusions of the package chosen. Once payments are made, the invoice is updated so you will always know how much is owing. Payments are by direct deposit.

Q: Is the deposit refundable if there is any changes to the date or cancellation of the wedding?

A: Hopefully this doesn’t happen but to address it, unfortunately no. Your deposit locks in your wedding date which means I block the date for anyone else. If you change your date or cancel the wedding the deposit is non-refundable.

Q: Do you hold dates without a deposit.

A: I simply cannot hold dates without a deposit. The deposit locks in your date so I encourage you to pay it as soon as you can. I can receive multiple enquiries for the same date so if you know you want to book – please don’t hold off with your deposit as you may miss out.

Q: When do I receive my images after the wedding?

A: It’s really exciting for a couple to see their wedding images and what I like to do is put some in my blog a day or two (depending on my work schedule) after the event. If you haven’t seen my blog, check it out. You will see the most recent weddings I have photographed. Generally I have them ready within 2 weeks, however my contract says to allow 6 weeks, especially in peak wedding season.

Q: How long do location photo’s take?

A: If ever in doubt of how long to leave between your ceremony commencement time and your reception, it’s better to be a little more generous than to be rushing around. I really dislike having to rush a bride and groom on their wedding day. I like to allow them the time to mingle with the guests after the ceremony as this is a big part of your day. This is the first interaction with friends and family after you’re officially married and it’s important you let all the guests congratulate you. I like to have at least an hour on location and that doesn’t include driving time. If in doubt, please ask me.

Q: How will I know what time I need to be ready by on the day?

A: Prior to the wedding, I will let you know the time I will arrive and the time I would like you and your tribe to be ready by. The reason I provide this is for you to get the most out of your photography.

If I haven’t covered everything, please just ask. Your wedding planning shouldn’t feel like a chore and if I can make this process a little easier for you – it would be my pleasure.

I hope to hear from you and be a part of your wedding day.