What's the best way to reach you?
Through my email eyeandhandproject@gmail.com/huynguyenllc@gmail.com or by filling out the contact form

Do you travel for weddings or portrait sessions?
YES! I love to travel & would be happy to capture your session outside of my home in Omaha, Nebraska. If you're interested in having me shoot somewhere within the United States or beyond, get a hold of me. I would be happy to provide you with any travel rates & discuss a fair price between us.

How do you pronounce your name?
My first name is pronounced "wii"- just like Nintendo. Don't be discouraged if you get it wrong, you wouldn't be the first!

What are your engagement portrait sessions like?
I have the greatest time getting to know our couples before their "big day." I feel that engagement sessions incorporating the couples passions, quirks & candid interactions are the best ones. Instead of posing couples in ways that seem stiff & unlike anything they've done before, I suggest poses & allow the couple to naturally fall into their own. 

How many photos do you deliver & what's your turnaround time for weddings?
Depending on the package, I deliver anywhere from 400 processed images to 800 processed images. During the Spring & Winter my goal is to have your images to you within 5-6 weeks. This differs during peak seasons (May- October) & my goal during this time is to have them to you within 7-8 weeks due to the high volume of work. 

How do we book with you?
The initial step is to get in touch with me to make sure I have the availability. Then from there I typically like to schedule a time to meet to get to know you & go over wedding details (or Skype/Facetime). To secure your date, I require a 25% deposit and a signed contract.

Do you print photos?
I personally do not print photos, but I love utilizing SmugMug with every session. Whether you're a senior, or a couple, I put your processed images on a private online gallery & allow you to digitally download your images or order prints directly through SmugMug.

Do you have insurance? 
Of course! The insurance covers both my gear & liability while on-site.