What can we expect to pay for wedding photography coverage?
Prices start at $3400 for wedding coverage, and depending on what you would like included, prices can range between $3400 and $5400. We do tend to offer discounts for last minute bookings, weddings that take place through the week and smaller intimate weddings. For a more detailed brochure, please contact Jennifer for more info.
Being a boutique wedding photographer, Jennifer takes a very exclusive number of weddings per year. Her clients have taken her all over the country for fabulous weddings of all sizes, but her love remains in the city of New Orleans. It is a phenominal spot for destination weddings and proudly displays the traditions of local flavor for those who call New Orleans home.
Jennifer spots the fleeting moments, passing expressions, and telling details that show the gravity of any occasion and the spirit of the people she photographs. As an accomplished photojournalist, she finds the visual poetry and subtle beauty in any setting, often working with just the natural light and available scenery.
Jennifer combined those skills with her passion for vibrant images celebrating childhood, family life, and love to create Twirl Photography, a modern lifestyle photography studio dedicated to producing inspired images for private clients. During the whirl of a wedding, a tender interlude in a newborn’s first days, or a whimsical round of children playing, she makes sure the personalities of her subjects shine and that clients can enjoy cherished moments knowing a trained observer is there to capture the very best of them.
“When I’m photographing an event, life is twirling around me, and people are absorbed in their day. I delight in seizing upon the chance union of movement, light, people, and places to create a lyrical image,” Jennifer says. “I feel successful if a client tells me they don’t even remember a particular moment. Then I know I’ve captured something truly genuine.”
During a 14-year career at the Times-Picayune newspaper, Jennifer photographed music legends in their waning days, Elvis impersonators, children tap dancing in the French Quarter for tips, debutantes traversing the social season, homeowners striving to recover from disaster and countless other subjects. Her work has won several regional and national journalism honors. The newspaper nominated Jennifer for a Pulitzer Prize for one of her projects, and she was a member of a staff that received the Pulitzer for public service recognizing coverage of Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath.
Her works also appeared in photography books “America 24/7” and “America at Home.” She self-published “New Orleans A to Z,” a children’s book using photography to introduce both the alphabet and one of America’s most distinctive cities. She co-published “Philadelphia A to Z” applying the same approach to our nation’s original capital.
Jennifer earned her degree in photojournalism from San Francisco State University. She Lives in New Orleans with her husband, daughter, and 50-pound lap dog.
Please contact Jennifer for package details or to make an appointment to discuss your wedding plans!