Hi! I’m Gina

Over the years, I’ve had the pleasure of photographing hundreds of weddings, couples and families – so many that, frankly, it was hard to choose my favorites. When I look at these photos, I’m not just seeing the lighting or the composition, I’m seeing the memory that was made in that split-second, the moment that I was able to preserve for these loved ones. Take a look through the galleries, and if something resonates with you, get in touch via the Contact page. I’d love to get to know you and help tell your unique story.

Wedding Tips: Permission to Photograph

May 7, 2014

Let’s say you and your other half have a particular cafe, store, garden or building that you would love to use during your portrait session. Before you turn up on the day, it important to get permission to photograph. It usually takes a quick phone call, email or visit but some places may also require a signed letter or even a copy of your photographers liability insurance. You can of course reach out to your photographer and ask them to help you with this process. I often visit venues to ensure photography is allowed for upcoming couple sessions and weddings. They are usually happy to offer their premises and can help determine the best time to visit for maximum privacy.

For a few tips on where to go for your portrait session have a look at my Couple Session Tips.

A wedding couple cuddle on a bench during their portrait session in a walled garden


I love connecting with people and documenting life’s most meaningful stories for them. Get in touch and we can begin the conversation.