What to expect

My first priority is to make sure you have a great experience getting your portraits taken and that you receive exactly what you want from my services. A little planning will ensure that you get exceptional images that you can display in your home and that you will love and cherish for years to come. The following process is ideal for making that happen:


This is where it all begins! The complimentary planning session is optional but I find that it’s a great time to get acquainted and prepare for the experience ahead. We will hash out the details of the photo session and determine what kind of images you are looking for and what your expectations are. We’ll decide the location for the shoot, discuss clothing options as well as what kind of artwork will work best in your home. You will also be able to look at samples of the products I offer and we will discuss pricing. If you are considering custom wall design, we will discuss the design process and begin creating ideas for your home.

Photo Session:

If you decide that you’d like to have me be your photographer then we will schedule a photo session. This can be on location, in my studio or at your home. Allow 2 weeks to schedule an appointment especially for outdoor photos. 

Ordering Session:

After the photo session, we will schedule another time to view and order your images.  At this time I will help you decide which images you will choose for portraiture. The ordering session should take about an hour. This will be your opportunity to purchase the images you love. Delivery of your purchase is about 4 weeks for wall portraits and prints from the time we finalize your order. About 8 weeks for albums.

Call, email or Contact Me to set up an appointment. When you call, we can arrange the planning session.  I’d love to talk about YOUR ideas and what will make your photo session most successful.

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My Guarantee: If you do not love your images, I will redo your session or refund your money. It’s that simple.

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