Olivia Murray Photography


1. How many photos will I receive?

All of them. 😉  For real though, it’s going to depend on the length and type of session. Typically that will result in 50-100 photos per hour of photography. 

Ultimately, it’s not about the quantity of photos and it’s not even about the quality in the sense of how technically beautiful the photo is. It’s about whether or not you were guided as a couple through the best experience possible, and were able to capture those special moments that enable you to look back, and relive the moment – forever. That’s what I deliver.

2. Where are you located?

I live with my husband (we eloped in 2020) in Phoenix, AZ. I’ve done photoshoots all across the state at many of the National Parks and key overlooks that make this state so wonderful and beautiful. 

3. Are you willing to travel?

Absolutely! This is one of my favorite things about being a photographer. I’m originally from New Jersey, so I regularly travel back to the east coast for events and have package pricing available no matter where the day takes us. 

4. What dates are you available?

That’s a great question! Contact me here with the dates you are considering and I will respond right away with my availability. 

5. Can you keep a date open while I lock down a venue?

Unfortunately, I cannot keep a date open indefinitely while you hunt for a venue. It is very common that multiple couples desire to book on the same day. If you have a date you know you want let’s get it scheduled!

6. What is my investment cost?

Like any investment, it’s important to calculate its return over time. 

Your love is forever. The quality of your photos should capture that. For example, a $4,500 price tag may seem large right now, but when you consider that these photos will be cherished for the rest of your life and be a continual reminder and rekindler of your love every day, the investment is small compared to the value you gain from ensuring they’re done right. The alternative (wishing you had invested in good photos for years to come) is not a future I like imagining. 

Still have questions?