the Process
the Packages
the Prices

Booking a session with me is easy!

First, we’ll discuss what kind of shoot you’re looking for, be it for a family, a new baby, a sibling set, couples/engagement, or capturing a special occasion like a baby or bridal shower, graduation celebration, or other important family gathering.  During this consultation (via phone, text, or email), we’ll decide on a place and time for your shoot, and I will email a simple contract outlining the plan.

A payment of 50% of the total package price is required to book the shoot date. The day of the shoot, I will be available to answer any last minute questions, and once everyone has assembled, it's time have some fun!  I’ll walk you through the whole process with ease, encouraging you to look your best, and ensuring I capture the shots that are most important, with the tone you were seeking.  

Then the real work begins!  After uploading and inspecting every shot, I custom edit the best photos and upload the proofs to a gallery on this website and email you a link. This album can be password-protected for privacy, and the images will contain a watermark.  Once you’ve selected your favorites, I will return the watermark-free, high-resolution files via email, DropBox, or Google Drive.  I also offer a number of print and photo options, as well as personalized albums.

The Classic Package - The perfect shoot for a family on the go!  This low-stress package includes 40 minutes of shooting time, proofs available in 14 days, and 10 digital files - $325

 

The Deluxe Package - My most popular package, this is ideal for a family with an infant, siblings, or pets.  A 60-minute shoot, proofs in 14 days, and 14 digital files - $400

 

The Ultimate Package - For multi-generational families, shoots with multiple locations or outfit changes, and clients seeking very specific portraits.  A 90-minute shoot, proofs in 14 days, and 20 digital files. - $525

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Hand-editing is the most time-consuming part of photography, not the shoot itself!  That’s the fun part!  In truth, 80% or more of a photographer’s work takes place in editing and publishing.