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1) An empty toilet paper roll.
2) Hiring a photographer.
3) Sharks.


Choosing and booking a photographer might feel like a daunting task, but a big part of my job description is walking you through the process. Before stepping in front of my camera you may feel nervous, vulnerable, and a little awkward.


But I got your back.


I promise to tell you when your hair is sticking up, what to do with your hands, and that I’ll never ask you to Say Cheese. You don’t need to show up to your portrait session with a Pinterest board full of ideas, and you don’t need to have every detail of your wedding planned. Instead, let’s work together to create art that really feels like you. I’d much rather bring your vision to life instead of forcing you into mine.
It all begins with a visit to my Contact page. Tell me about yourself, what I can help you with, and anything else you think I should know. If you’re inquiring about a portrait session, we’ll work out a date, time, and location that works best for you and once I receive your signed contract and retainer fee (at least one week prior to the session) your date will be reserved. If you’re inquiring about a wedding or elopement collection, we’ll schedule a coffee or Skype date to talk about your big day and how I can help make it incredible.


Our adventure begins here: