If you are interested in booking a photography session, please feel free to send me an email or text message letting me know what type of session you are looking for and I will get back to you with my rates.
Where do you usually take photos?
I love to help find unique locations that bring out the personality in each senior, the excitement of each family and the love story of every couple. If there is a location that has special meaning to you, don't hesitate to ask. Together we can bring this place to life along with your story.
Destination events are available.
What to expect after the session?
Your final edited photo will be ready in approximately two to three weeks and we will schedule a time to meet. You then get to see the moments we captured and can select the photographs you would like to take home. I have a variety of packages and printing options available including prints, canvases, special occasion announcements, albums, photo gifts, and more. I will notify you when your order is in and personally meet with you to deliver your photo treasures.
Can we incorporate my hobbies & interests?
ABSOLUTELY!! I encourage it! It's so much fun to see someone come alive when we incorporate their special hobby, talent, or something they simply enjoy. Examples may include sports, musical instruments, hunting & fishing, reading, horses, painting, or theater. Whatever it may be we will find the best way to capture these memories so you can hold on to them forever .
What should I do to prepare for my shoot?
To prepare for your shoot there are a few simple details to remember! Ladies make sure your nails are freshly painted or completely clean from polish. Be sure to bring along makeup if we need to make any touch ups along the way. For the guys a fresh cut and clean shave is a great way to look sharp on your photo day! Make sure to have all your outfits for the shoot clean and ready to bring along. I do supply a portable changing if needed. Grab any props you would like included in your photos. Also its great to have a comb or brush on hand throughout the shoot.