Let's be honest - taking pictures isn't always the most comfortable thing but I want to make this process FUN and ENJOYABLE! I am here to make you and your significant other feel COMFORTABLE and BEAUTIFUL! I love some classic romantic poses but I also love to get you moving! The movement/ candid pictures you see may seem intimidating but those photos are the ones that are so NATURAL and give you moments to have fun with your partner! I want to be a true third wheel where you get to FALL IN LOVE with your partner all over again and I am just there to capture that goodness!
Message me through my contact page, give me all the details of what you are looking for and wanting so that I can send you an accurate quote!
Then we will start planning! Once we decide we are a good fit we will figure out the best location and time for your session before I send you a proposal.
Next I send over a proposal with a contract and invoice! Through that same site, I will be able to send you a questionnaire and send over a style guide/ wedding guide with all my tips!
Once the day gets closer, I will connect with you and remind you of your session. After your session, I will send you your gallery in the agreed amount of weeks to your email!
It depends! For a regular session, my turnaround time is 3 weeks. For a wedding it is typically 6-8 weeks!
For a regular session my travel fee applies to the location 30 miles from me. For a wedding, it is after 50 miles. The travel fee is $2/ mile - it accounts for my gas, meals, and time.
I am based in Yucaipa, CA. It is a small town at the base of Big Bear mountain - between L.A. and Palm Springs. I am down to travel wherever though!
Yes! Other than the retainer due at signing and the remainder due a week/ month before, we can set up a payment plan however you would like!
I do not, as that would not represent me and my work! Make sure to choose a photographer who has an editing style that you LOVE!
I love giving my clients LOTS of pictures, but it totally depends on the type/ duration of a session. I typically say 50-75 per hour, but it just depends!