Questions & FAQS

1.What type of photography do you do?

My shoot preference will always be candid. It is important for me to capture spontaneous and authentic moments as they arise. The looks and expressions on the faces of others are always more genuine, pure and real this way. And the photographs will look a lot more relaxed and natural. I prefer to capture moments rather than creating ones that are sometimes forced when someone realizes there is a camera pointed at them.

2. What should I wear?

Make sure to look your BEST! Get a fresh haircut or a new style. Wear your best blouse, something that compliments your body in all ways. If you need suggestions or help, please feel free to contact me directly. If you’re unsure, feel free to bring several outfits to decide from.

3. I have specific poses in mind

Great! Ideally, every client would model as if they were Rhianna or Beyonce standing in front of a camera. But if you cannot channel your inner Rhi, I will do my best to help you to achieve the best look. I prefer to use candid shots of my clients being their genuine self.

If you have suggestions and want things a certain way, please voice it. This photoshoot is yours to control and direct, I am just the camera person. It is my job to make your vision (if you have one) to life.

4. What’s your travel cost?

I will travel up to 20 miles at no additional cost. All other travel fees will be added to discussed rate and agreed upon.

5. What if it rains?

If it rains, I have equipment that will not affect the photoshoot. 🙂 But if you prefer to be dry, we can reschedule at no additional cost.

6. what type of photography do you shoot?

I shoot everything. I do not have a specialty. I have a particular eye. The clients who choose to work with me do so because they like both myself, and my photography and have seen it for themselves. Choosing a photographer is about choosing a style that works for you.

I tend to shoot fashion photography, modeling, headshots, food, landscape, events, and anything else that I am asked to shoot. I do not place limitations on what I can create.

7. How do I prepare?

It is important that you are prepared for your shoot. Time matters very much and every second count. We schedule your shoot in advance in order for you to best prepare for the time given.

If we are shooting in your home, make sure that our environment is photoshoot friendly. Make sure the space is clear and consider putting away anything that you don’t want in the pictures away.

8. What is your turnaround time?

For photos, depending on the nature of the shoot, the turnaround time is 1-4 days. Sometimes I take up to 1000 per session and sift through each photo to grab the best ones for my clients.

For videos, depending on the length it can take up to 7 days to sift through the content and piece together your project or story.

If you need it sooner, we can discuss this.