What are your rates?
Photoshoot prices vary depending on the type of shoot you choose, but prices start at $200 for 2 hours. All photoshoots require a deposit of 50% of the total rate to book. The remaining 50% is due upon delivery of photos.
All photoshoots include a free consultation so that we can discuss the vision and needs of your shoot.

How do I book a photoshoot?
Just click "Schedule Your Shoot" above, and that'll take you to my scheduling site. If you have a special request or questions before booking, you can get in touch with me through the "Contact" tab at the top of the page. 

How many photos do I get in a session?
Usually, I'll send 20-30 edited photos depending on the type of photoshoot you book. All photos will be color corrected, enhanced, and cropped for social media posting. Upon request, skin retouching is included in photoshoot price. 
Special edits like the combining of other photos/elements, addition of text, and graphic designs will be an additional $75.

How long will it take for me to receive my photos?
A proofing of your photos will be ready within 3 business days, and you'll be able to pick your favorites. Once you pick, finalized edits will be ready within 2-3 business days. Photo delivery can be through either Gmail, Dropbox or WeTransfer. 
If you'd like special edits, the turnaround time will be longer and will be discussed during consultation. 
If you'd like physical prints of your photos, pricing for that will vary and will be discussed during consultation.

Additional Info
I'm able to source a MUA and/or stylist if you would like one for your shoot. Booking for either of those services starts at an additional $200 per session.
Props and costumes will not be provided unless discussed during consultation.
A contract will be provided to protect the integrity of our craft and expectations.
We all trying to stay alive during these COVID times. Masks aren't required during shoots, but they are welcome. I'm vaccinated, but if you'd like me to wear a mask, I have no problem doing so.​​​​​​​

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