Creating unique images of YOUR love story.


Couple Sessions are a great opportunity to get images with your significant other that are natural and reflective of your personalities and interactions together. Prior to your session, we'll have a discussion about your personal interests or hobbies, that way we can create images together that tell your love story in places that interest you, or have history for your relationship. We can be urban explorers and photograph around a city, or we can be adventurous and take a hike through the woods or up a mountain. These sessions are laid back and full of spontaneity. We'll laugh together, get to know one another, work on breaking down those first-time-in-front-of-a-camera nerves (if you have them), and create one-of-a-kind images of your love and relationship. And yes, pets are always welcome and I do travel for these sessions if a location outside of Buffalo is desired, though a travel fee will be applied depending on the location.

Pricing & Inclusions

Couple Sessions (Engagement, Anniversary, Just Because) – $500

Includes:
Initial consult to brainstorm locations that are unique and personalized to YOUR story
• 90 minutes of photography coverage
• 2 unique photo locations and 2 wardrobe changes (if desired)
• Images ready within 4 weeks of your session
• 30-day online viewing gallery
Fully-edited high resolution images available as a digital download (includes printing release)

* Travel fees may apply (not included) for session locations outside of Buffalo, New York


I would be honored to photograph you with your love and provide you with images that capture the truly unique love story the two of you share.

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The way Dawn captured my fiancé and I interacting was so spot on. I look at some of the photos and laugh because it’s exactly how he looks at me everyday... she has the ability to freeze a special moment in time.
— Melissa (2015 Bride)

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