"Can not recommend Sam highly enough! He was the best photographer to have at my 21st and went above and beyond and even stayed on for longer than I had initially asked on the night when I needed as things were running a bit behind. The photos are beyond amazing and everyone commented on what a great job he did! Sam is super efficient and even had the photos to me before I had got home that night, absolutely 10/10 job all round. Thanks again Sam, I am beyond happy with the photos!! He is defiantly the best photographer around, I honestly can’t recommend him enough 😀"
We all know that while Iphone images look great at the time (maybe after a pinot or two), they just don't cut the mustard on Instagram or in nan's photo album. With my camera set up I can take high-resolution photos in even the most challenging lighting, so all you have to worry about is what your friends will say in the speeches! After an event I process the images quickly and efficiently, usually they are up on my Facebook page or an online gallery before noon the next day. So don't settle for a photographer who will make you wait for weeks!
If you are looking at hiring me to spice up your event, whether it's personal, for an organisation or a club, I charge a $100 hourly rate plus a $50 event fee, with a two hour minimum charge.
(Examples: 21st's, parties or other private functions, excludes weddings)
What do you get?
Hourly rates includes time spent processing the images. Once the images are processed I deliver them to you as JPEG's via my Facebook page or private gallery. If neither option suits you I am happy to discuss an alternate method of image transfer.
How long will you need me?
For a 21st I would recommend between 1.5 - 3 hours. For a ball or similar function 3 to 4 hours generally covers it nicely. If you are unsure, feel free to contact me, I am usually willing to stay on longer if needed.
I am happy to cover events in the wider Wellington area, however a small travel fee may apply to cover travel expenses.
All of my terms and conditions can be found here.