Hey. I'm Sean.

I’m a huge photo nerd. What I mean by that is I may be a professional (whatever that actually means) but I’m still a hobbyist at heart. This is fun for me. I feel like getting to shoot weddings for a living has made me a better person – for myself, my own partner, my children, and for the people who trust me with their most special days. 

I consider myself incredibly lucky to get to be a full time artist thanks to awesome people like you who show interest in what I do. Not only do I get to do what I love, but I get to spend more time with my two young daughters than I ever expected. 

When I’m not holding a camera, you can usually catch me watching hockey (let’s go Pens!) or watching Frozen for the trillionth time with the girls. You could say I’m a man of great variety.

If you’ve read all of this, just know that I really appreciate your interest in who I am as well as how my photos look. If you think we’d get along for 8 hours or so on your wedding day, I’d love to hear from you. You can follow me on Instagram or use the contact form below to get in touch for more details about my work.

What Do I Offer?

The big day. You know them, you love them, and you want the perfect photos to immortalize yours. That’s what I’m here for. Photography starting at $3,750 and videography starting at $4,000. Learn more here.

The intimate ceremonies. For the couple who likes an adventure or who simply wants something all their own. Photography starting at $1,500. Learn more here.

One kid? Two kids? Three kids? Cousins too? Parents, grandparents, extended family? Let’s do it. Family packages starting at $500. Get in touch to book yours.

Want some more natural and environmental photos? These work for individuals and couples alike. Sessions starting at $500. Get in touch to learn more.


Most frequent questions and answers

Definitely. I’ve been lucky enough to see a lot of different places in my life and I am always down to see something new. Travel fees are added for anything over 50 miles from Frederick, MD and can include mileage/airfare/rentals/other necessary travel accommodations.

Whatever you need, honestly. All of my wedding packages include at least 8 hours of coverage and assistance with just about anything you need, from timelines to what to do with your hands. I’m a huge advocate for making sure you’re comfortable and have everything you need. Which sometimes means helping with the timeline to make sure we have enough time to get your special portraits and photos with the whole family.

I have plenty of optional additions to my collections but you’ll always get a day of documentary photography and/or videography along with a full resolution online gallery and print store (you have full print rights as well, so feel free to print them on your own too). 

Photography and videography both have an estimated 12 week turnaround time. I’m always trying to make sure everything is as polished as possible!

I deliver a sneak peek gallery within 48 hours though so you will always have a handful of the most important moments shortly after your wedding so you can share them and relive that first kiss over and over again.

Short version: as many as possible.

Long version: at least 50 photos per hour. That doesn’t necessarily mean at least 50 photos from each hour, but let’s say you book an 8 hour wedding. You’ll receive at least 400 photos.

In the interest of transparency, I almost always overdeliver on that promise. I’m a big proponent of telling a full story of your day and that usually means taking lots and lots of photos.

For the majority of weddings, yes. I’ve never missed anything important on my own, but I avoid the possibility at all costs

Plus, if you and your partner are getting ready in different locations, I just can’t be in two places at once!

No. It’s not that they’re “bad” photos before they’re edited, but they’re not what you expect them to look like either. RAW photos are flat and are meant to be adjusted. There’s no vivid color, there’s no flattering contrast, and they’re far from what you’d expect out of a professional photographer and in order to make sure I’m delivering you the highest possible quality, I only deliver edited and finished photos.