Who are the photographers?

The Wayfarers Photography is led by me, Alexander Lefler, who is the lead photographer for every wedding. Depending on the size and needs of your wedding or elopement, it might make sense to include a second photographer. That said, I've never had a need for a third photographer... but hey, the universe is big and full of wonder, so who knows what could happen. Learn more about me here.


Where are you based?

In the charming mountain city of Asheville, North Carolina. Work often takes me far beyond.


What are your wedding package rates?

Wedding coverage starts at $4300. Elopements start at $3000. Learn more about elopements here. Regular portrait sessions start at $750. 

Get in touch with me for a full price sheet and let's start a friendship :)


How do we book with you?

This is done with a 50% deposit and a signed contract.


How many photos will we receive?

On average, between 400-700 photos for a full wedding. But each wedding is different, so honestly it just depends on the nature of the event.


Do you travel for weddings?

Yes! Absolutely! Weddings and nuptials have taken me from Seattle, WA all the way to Cape Town, South Africa. No place is too far (Or too close. Backyard celebrations included.) The passport is ready and up-to-date. Not sure if you want to elope? Read about it here.


How would you describe your style?

Natural, impactful, dramatic photos that capture moments and draw you into the story. To be honest, the point of photographing such important moments is to freeze time and catch how things feel. This results in images that are meaningfully created at the crossroads of photojournalism and intentional art.


What is a first look?

This is the sudden moment when the bride and groom see each other before the ceremony. This can be one of the most intimate moments of your day. If carving out an hour+ of time away from family and friends after your ceremony doesn't really sound like your cup of tea, then this may be right up your alley.


What are your albums like?

Honestly, these albums are freaking awesome. You don't have to get one, but you are probably missing out on something physical, unique, and special. You can see an example on the Photo Book page.