Real Wedding Guide
Love is Not Overbooked.

Love May Not Overbooked, But a Lot of Wedding Photographers Are. (Here’s What I’m Doing to Help.)

The world is opening up again—and that’s a good thing:

After more than a year of pandemic lockdowns and restrictions, couples who had originally planned to get married in 2020 are finally getting the opportunity to tie the knot.

And wedding venues, wedding photographers, and wedding vendors of all types are stepping up to meet the demand.


These same wedding venues, wedding photographers, and other vendors are also trying to meet the demand of couples who had originally planned to get married in 2021.

In other words, what we have right now are:

Twice as many couples.

Same number of wedding venues, photographers, etc.

Same number of available wedding dates.

It makes for a fairly maddening math problem.

Especially if you’re one of those 2020 or 2021 couples.

Add to that the logistical hurdles and free-floating availability question marks surrounding the latest covid variant and the resulting patchwork of state and local restrictions on large-group gatherings, and you’ve got yourself an algebraic equation with too many variables for any sane person to contemplate, left alone solve.

So it’s a problem.

So here’s what I’m doing about it:

I’m opening my 2021 wedding book back up.

I intentionally serve a limited number of brides and grooms every year, because each couple is unique, and I want to make sure I have time to devote enough time and attention to each couple.

But I believe no couple should have to be penalized just for wanting to get married.

So I’m adding extra availability into my 2021-2022 calendar for couples searching for uniquely high-quality wedding photography.

Yes, that means extra work for me.

Extra extra-late nights.

More quality time with my computer editing, less quality time with my family.

But I love what I do, and I hate saying no to couples.

So if you’re still looking for high-quality, art-forward wedding photography, fear not and fret not.

Click the Contact button to see if one of my newly available dates is available.