Meet Farrah

The core of my approach is to document your wedding day in an artfull and genuine way. I’m drawn to interesting lighting & candid interactions. 

A little more About me

At a young age, my natural curiosity for photography turned into a career that I am grateful to enjoy every day. My passion for capturing meaningful and authentic moments has led me to specialize in documentary and editorial style wedding photography. Although seemingly opposite, these styles perfectly complement each other, producing honest imagery that only grows more cherished over time. I currently reside in Southern California with my sweet husband Matt, and when I'm not working, you can find us soaking up the sun at the beach.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you available to travel for weddings?


Absolutely! Seeing the world and having the opportunity to document such special memories combines both my love for travel as well as photography. Contact me for a custom quote for your destination wedding.

How do I book you?


After confirming your chosen date and finalizing your tailored collection, I will prepare and send a photography contract for your review. We kindly request your signed agreement to be returned within a week to secure your chosen date. Once your contract and a 50% photography retainer are received, your wedding day will be officially reserved! The remaining balance will be due four weeks before your special day.

Do you offer albums?


I am passionate about offering beautifully designed, museum quality albums to you! There is nothing like reliving the day through an album vs letting the images live on a screen. Find out more information about albums here: Wedding Albums

How long does it take for my photos to be delivered?


Your wedding photos will be delivered to your inbox no later than six weeks after your wedding date. Portraits will be delivered no later than two weeks after the session date.

How many photos can we expect from our wedding?


You can expect anywhere from 50-100 images per hour. This all depends on the number of guests, adding on a second photographer, etc. I am happy to send over some full wedding galleries for your reference.

Do you take formal family portraits?


Yes! As I shoot the majority of the day in a photo-journalistic approach, family portraits are important for every wedding. As the day approaches I will ask you to send over a list of family members in order to make the family portraits go smoothly. These typically take place post ceremony however, I recommend taking as many as you can pre-ceremony so you can enjoy the moment right after saying “I do!”

Do we need to add on a second photographer?


If your guest count is over 150, when logistically It’d be impossible to have coverage in two places at once, or when you simply want extra coverage I would recommend adding on a second photographer.

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