Engagement

Looking for just an engagement shoot? No problem!

  1. 1 hour

  2. Optional outfit change

  3. Guaranteed 50 photos

  4. Out of town charge may be applied for shoots further than 1 hour away

$275

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Wedding PHOTOGRAPHY

  1. Eight hours

  2. 800 photos

  3. 2 shooters

  4. Engagement shoot

  5. Photo book

$3,000

Tier 3

  1. 7 hours

  2. 600 photos

  3. 2 shooters

  4. Engagement shoot

  5. Photo book

Tier 2

$2,700

Tier 1

  1. 6 hours

  2. 400 photos

  3. 1 shooter

  4. Engagement shoot

$2,300

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Wedding PHOTO + FILM

  1. Eight hours

  2. 800 photos

  3. Engagement shoot

  4. Photo book

  5. 5-7 minute highlight film

$4,000

Tier 3

  1. 7 hours

  2. 600 photos

  3. Engagement shoot

  4. Photo book

  5. 5-6 minute highlight film

Tier 2

$3,700

Tier 1

  1. 6 hours

  2. 400 photos

  3. Engagement shoot

  4. 5 minute highlight film

$3,300

Elopmement

Definition of elopement:  A small intimate wedding focusing on the ceremony with a guest list of your immediate family and closest friends, normally involving travel.

  1. 4 hours

  2. 400 photos

  3. Photo book

  4. 1 shooter

  5. Travel fees vary depending on location

$1,500

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Moomsteatern


Moomsteatern is a professional theatre company based on actors with learning disabilities, on stage often integrated with non-disabled actors. The theatre was established in 1987 with the expressed goal to work with artistic objectives, banning all therapeutic and social aims. The sole aim of Moomsteatern is always to produce performing arts of high artistic quality. Seven actors with learning disabilities are employed on a full-time basis with salaries and conditions of employment based on the collective agreements relevant to the performing arts. They are trained at the national Theatre Academy and members of the Swedish Actors Guild. Moomsteatern is based in Malmö, Sweden and has been internationally celebrated for its courage and artistic integrity.




Mind the Gap


Mind the Gap is England’s largest learning disability theatre company that creates work for UK and international audiences. Their vision is to work in an arts sector where there is equal opportunity for performers with learning disabilities: a world where performers are trained, respected and employed equally, and feature every day on our stages and screens. Mind the Gap work in partnership with learning-disabled artists to deliver a bold, cutting-edge and world-class artistic programme that impacts locally, nationally and internationally. Work that excites, surprises and challenges audiences. Their aim is to make great theatre that makes audiences think differently. By “theatre” we don’t just mean shows that you can see in arts and theatre venues, but also performances and events in different spaces and places. The Mind the Gap team includes a Board of Trustees, Staff Members, Associate Artists, Resident Artists, Ambassadors, Students and Volunteers. Mind the Gap was formed in 1988 by Tim Wheeler and Susan Brown and is based in Bradford.




L’Oiseau-Mouche


Compagnie de l’Oiseau-Mouche is a permanent professional theatrical troupe made up of 23 actors, all of them individuals with a learning disability. Unequalled and unusual, the project remains unique in France. Each creation is the result of an artistic encounter between an invited artist and the actors he or she chooses to involve in this collaborative adventure. As of today, 45 theater performances have been created and performed over 1,600 times in France and abroad. Since June 2001, Compagnie de l’Oiseau-Mouche is based at Théâtre de l’Oiseau-Mouche in Roubaix, Northern France, a venue designed by and for Compagnie de l’Oiseau-Mouche. Each and every season, the theatre opens its doors to other artistic teams on the basis of an active partnership with the troupe. Compagnie de l’Oiseau-Mouche is accredited and supported by the Ministry of Culture and sustains strong partnerships with local governments.




Blue Teapot


Blue Teapot is a multi-award winning Theatre Company, Performing Arts School and Outreach programme for people with intellectual disabilities at the forefront of arts & disability in Ireland. We are committed to high quality theatre, training and the celebration of creativity.

Our mission is to effect positive change in public consciousness concerning people with intellectual disabilities through the medium of theatre, allowing our members inherent talent and creativity to speak for itself.




Theater Babel Rotterdam


Theatre Babel Rotterdam is the only professional theater company in the Netherlands thembraces ‘the other’. They work with you, with people you recognize and people you never met before. They work towards a world where we understand one another. Where speech confusions are pronounced. Where misunderstanding is translated through imagination. Their academy works with this world, their company shows you this world. Raw, pure, sometimes sweet like a kitten. From big to compelling to small, in complete silence. Always from head to toe. With every inch. You’ll become another. Theater Babel Rotterdam, started through a collaboration between the rotterdamscentrumvoortheater (rcth) and Pameijer (Theater Maatwerk). In Januari 2016 the company sent in a bid for the cultural period in Rotterdam 2017-2020. This resulted in the joining of two organisations to a new and inclusive company with theaterproductions and an Academie in inclusive arts.




Teatr 21


Teatr 21 is a theater company whose actors are mainly people with Down syndrome and autism. During the 16 years of its activity, the group has created more than a dozen plays, presented in theaters and institutions all over Poland. The group has performed at national (Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk, Krakow) and international festivals (Prague, Berlin, Helsinki, Freiburg). In 2021 Teatr 21 was awarded with Paszport POLITYKI award in "Theatre" category. Apart from artistic activity, Teatr 21 is also engaged in education, pedagogy of theater, publishing activity, organizes conferences, lectures and works in international networks.

Currently, Teatr 21 is working on a project of the Centre for Inclusive Arts, which will be the first social institution of culture in Warsaw entirely dedicated to the work of artists with disabilities. Its main task will be to include various social groups in the field of art, culture and science. There will be, among other things, meetings with artists, workshops for families and the elderly, lectures on disability studies and art of people with disabilities, exhibitions of visual artists and many others. The space itself and all events will be adapted to the needs of people with various disabilities. In addition, the Centre for Inclusive Arts will become the permanent home of Teatr 21, which has had to operate without a venue for 16 years. The Centre for Inclusive Arts program is co-financed by the City of Warsaw.




Jonathan Meth, Project Dramaturg


Jonathan Meth is a freelance Project Dramaturg for Crossing The Line. He has a base at Goldsmiths, University of London where there is a theatre and disability focus in the Theatre and Performance Department as well as a cross departmental Disability Research Centre. This project is feeding into staff teaching and student learning. Project Dramaturg tasks:
– Custodian of the total project vision. – Asks whether all partners are getting and providing what they want. – Ensuring the art and the money synthesise. – Making connections across the project and looking beyond it. – Tracking and documenting what happens artistically, feeding into Project management reporting and hopefully strengthening the Partnership. – Help to build a more developed network interested in the work generated across the three companies, as a way of extending the reach and impact of what it is we do. – Communicate with Key EU funders and policy makers and other organisations working in this field, connecting where possible with European and wider international opportunities. – Produce an evaluation report on the project, tailored for key stakeholders.




Creative Europe


Trasna Na Line, as well as the first Crossing The Line project, has been made possible thanks to the EU Creative Europe fund.




Erasmus +


The project Ogmius has been made possible thanks to the EU Erasmus + Programme.





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