General Portrait Sessions

From grad session to proposals, or branding to engagements - each moment is special and deserves to be documented as such.

Sound like what you want from your session? Reach out and let me know - I'd love to hear from you!

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How much does a session with you cost?

Currently my sessions start at only $125. In addition your session, all of my packages include a meeting to plan your session (either in person or over Facetime/Zoom), an online digital gallery, and your own IOS or Android app to view your gallery from!

On average my clients spend $225 on their session.

Do you deliver every image you take during a session?

I do not deliver every image I shoot while on location with my clients.

During every shoot, I aim to deliver beautiful & quality photos in each of my clients galleries. To do this, I hand select a pre-determined number of images based upon your package selection, and tailor those specific images for your gallery.

How long will it take to get my images?

My currently turnaround time for portrait and engagement sessions is between 15 and 20 days. In the event that you need a few photos early (i.e. Graduation or wedding invitations) just let me know and I can make sure we get everything to you in a timely manner.

Can I wear more than one outfit for my session?


I personally recommend having 1 outfit planned for every 30 minutes of your session. This will allow you to get a variety of photos in different locations & attire, while ensure that your shoot can be relaxed and fun.

When is the best time to schedule my session?

One of the things that brings about the most amazing photos is soft, even lighting. With this in mind, I believe that sessions have optimal lighting conditions around sunrise and sunset.

I recommend starting your session either 15 minutes before sunrise if you've booked a morning session, or ending your session 20-30 minutes after sunset if you've booked an evening session.

Can you edit my photos differently than your existing galleries?

Currently I only edit my photos in one specific way. One of the things that I pride myself on is how I chose to edit my photos - specifically maintaining natural looking skin tones while capturing warm and bright colors. If you're looking for more information about how I edit, check out my blog post about my editing process.

Does all that sound good to you?

If so, I'd love to hear from you!

Past Work