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  • Writer's pictureKeith

1. We meet at our studio and get to know each other. You look, hold, feel the albums and Wall Art. We discuss what you're looking for in photography and what level of importance it plays in your wedding.

2. You sign a contract and bring us into your circle. We start planning for your engagement session for the season, location, etc. We also discuss any assistance you might have with other vendor selections still outstanding (especially video)

3. We meet for your engagement session and have a great time getting to know each other even more.

4. We host your engagement sessions "Premiere" at our studio where you'll first see the images and make selections for how you'd best like to display them.

5. The gap between engagement session and wedding can be long, but we touch base via email or zooms to help as the planning begins to solidify.

6. Pre-Wedding meeting at our studio about 4-6 weeks out. We solidify your timeline, discuss group shots and really get a sense of how the day will flow. We'll finalize things like when hair/makeup should be done, what time you should get in your dress and when to leave for the ceremony. We will also pre-design your Wall Art and Album to get a ballpark range of what to put aside from your guests after the wedding.

7. Wedding day itself

8. Premiere: We will have your entire wedding album pre-designed with all the best shots. We will go through each page to proof and confirm a 3D digital rendering of the design for your album cover, box and Wall Art. All decisions will be made during this meeting and all product goes into production in Venice Italy at the end of the meeting.

9. Delivery of product: We meet at the studio for you to see your Personal Art for the first time and take delivery of it to enjoy in your home.

10. We hope to then see you at every wedding you attend in the future as you tell your friends and family of the experience you had with us.


Don't you wish you could go back and relive it? Don't you wish there were at least pictures from every angle showing everyones reactions and all the joy?

You're at an age and position now approaching your wedding where you actually can record and preserve a day you know in advance is going to be one of THE most important days of your life.

You have the ability to do it right, with a team of professionals who's sole purpose is to preserve it for you perfectly.


  • Writer's pictureKeith

It should not be an a-la-carte, start at square-one each time kind of thing. Your team should be built.

From your Venue to your entertainment to your photographer, videographer and more.

If you're searching for each one independently by asking random facebook groups you'll get a list a mile long for each category. The ones you select may not know each other and have to jostle for what could have naturally gone smooth had your team developed a relationship before.

VENUES: Your venue has already done most of the work for you. They have a referral list. Ask them. But also, ask them how they develop that list. If vendors have to pay to be on it, it's junk, but at least a starting point of those who know the property. Ask them specifically who they see in their venue often and who they love working with. The DJ is who they hand the reigns over to after dinner, so they will absolutely speak up about the best.

DJ's: Your DJ's work with different photographers every single gig. They know who's out there hustling to get the best shots and who's in the corner eating cake. They know who's messing up the timeline by trying to get group shots when they just opened the dance floor and who was efficient and professional.

PHOTOGRAPHERS: We work with the Venues, we work with the DJ's so we can cross-reference support. Also, for videographers we know who will be by our side trying to get all the right shots and angles or who will step in front of our camera and block the most important shots of the day with no regard.

BUILD YOUR TEAM . . . Create a team that knows each other and works like a finely tuned machine. Lean on your vendors for support as you plan. Reach out to ask about other vendors. That is NOT bothering us. We would absolutely prefer a call or email about that before a wedding than to have someone who's not as good at the wedding. If our day goes well, your day goes even better.


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