I honored time and again that I am able to let couples tell their own story as it unfolds.  Taking care to ensure that you never feel alone in the process of planning your wedding day - from the moment we meet until you have your treasured images in your hands - I am with you for every step to communicate and send you all the information & tools you need.

In order to care for you in the best possible way I take on a limited number of couples per year.  The quality of your images and experience are both my top priorities, and because I want you to be able to reflect on your images time and time again, I truly value albums & prints.

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• 8 hours wedding coverage

• Complimentary engagement session

• Professional editing

• USB of high resolution images

• 10x10 Heirloom Album

• Online gallery for viewing & ordering



• 8 hours wedding coverage

• Complimentary engagement session

• Professional editing

• USB of high resolution images

• Online gallery for viewing & ordering



• 6 hours wedding coverage

• Complimentary engagement session

• Professional editing

• USB of high resolution images

• Online gallery for viewing & ordering



 Additional Wedding Coverage - $300/hour

Second Photographer - $500/day

Heirloom Wedding Album - $900

Engagement Guestbook - $375

A 5.5% WI sales tax will be added to all collections and options

Travel fees applies to locations outside 30 miles of Bloomer, WI



Q : Can you pencil us in or hold our date?

A: Unfortunately, I am unable to reserve a date on my calendar without a contract and a retainer payment.

Q : Where are you located?

A: I am located in Bloomer, Wisconsin but I’m available for travel worldwide!

Q : We have a break between our ceremony and reception. By any chance could we split up your hours?

A: Sorry, but no – all collections are consecutive hours.

Q : What if I don’t have a timeline?

A: Don’t worry! This is one of the things we’ll cover the first time we meet to ensure that you get all of the important things you need on your wedding day and nothing that you don’t.

Q : What if the reception runs later than expected and your hours are up?

A: Coverage beyond the hourly coverage purchased in your collection goes by an hourly rate. Following the wedding I will send you an invoice to be paid online or by check, which must be paid in full before any images are released to the blog or password protected galleries.

Q : How much do you charge for travel?

A: Travel within 30 miles of Bloomer, WI is included. Outside of 30 miles of Bloomer, WI I charge a flat rate based on your location.

Q : Do you have insurance?

A: Yes! I carry liability and equipment insurance as well as backup equipment the day of the wedding.

Q : How long will it take to see my images?

A: I typically post a little snippet of your images on social media 1-3 days after your wedding and share my favorites on the CJP blog around 14 days after that. Allow 4-6 weeks to see your full private online gallery.

Q : What kind of release do we get with digital negatives within wedding collections?

A: The copyright stays with me – however, you will receive a personal print release allowing you to make unlimited prints of your photos, as long as they’re for you! You may not sell image files or photographs to your friends or relatives, enter them into contests in which you can win a prize of monetary value, nor can you sell your photos to magazines or blogs, your other wedding day vendors, or anyone else. Use them for your Christmas cards, thank-you notes, canvas’, prints, magnets, etc. to your heart’s content, but not for financial gain. When you sign the contract you also allow me to use the photographs as promotional materials for my business.

Q : Do you offer items like prints, canvases or albums?

A: Yes! I offer a select collection of lovely items to display your wedding photos in your home ranging from traditional prints, canvas wraps to heirloom wedding albums. Each item is carefully chosen for quality and longevity.

Q: Do we need to feed you on the wedding day? What time would you like to be fed?

A: Yes, please! The best time to take a short break is while the bride, groom & bridal party are being served. In my experience over the years I’ve found most people don’t like photos of themselves with food in their mouth!

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Christy was hands down the best decision we made for our wedding. - Cadie & Tim