As a New England photographer, it’s important for me to set myself apart from other wedding and portrait photographers in the region. I don’t often talk about it, but since October is “Client Experience Month” in my mastermind, I figured there’s no better time to talk about my unmatched client experience!
The average cost of a wedding photographer varies greatly and it depends on many factors. Factors such as, but not limited to, the photographer’s experience level and education, her cost of living, and her cost of doing business.
Each couple puts time, thought, and money into making their wedding invitation suite and personal items unique. To have those deeply personal items photographed on the same one or two backgrounds for every wedding does not do your detail items justice. They deserve to have a background that is special and never seen before.
We all want our skin to look picture perfect in our portraits. And while you can’t magically get rid of a zip overnight, there are several things you can do in the months, weeks, and days leading up to your senior, engagement, or family photo session that will get your skin looking its best.
If you’re like most of us busy adults, you either don’t have the time or energy to think about what to do with your images and they’ll probably live on your computer or phone for way too long. Your investment, memories, and heart deserve more than that.
How do we even start to say thank you for all the work and effort you put into our wedding day?
- Josie and Scott
Lauren made the process so easy and made us feel so comfortable!
- Amy and Luke
Working with Lauren was easy breezy and FUN! She gave us our most treasured photos ever!
- GRACE AND NICK
Lauren's enthusiasm and passion make the photo-taking process so fun – she made me feel like a star!
- Alisa AND Adam
Lauren was pivotal in making our wedding day perfect!
- Emma AND Erik
Not only is Lauren an amazing human being, but she is an awesome photographer!
- Haley AND Erick