Fine art photography is an investment and one that should be carefully considered. You want to make sure that the photographer you select fits your style and has the same vision you do. Having first cut my teeth in photography during the film age -- learning first from John Stamets (who studied with Walker Evans at Yale) and later studying with photography masters at NYU and the International Center of Photography -- I am passionate about creating beautiful fine art photography for my clients. Just as I have cherished physical photographs of my great-great-grandparents, I create fine art legacy pieces for my clients that will be cherished now and for years (and generations) to come.
How it Works
Chemistry is an important part of any great collaboration, and creating portraiture is a collaborative process. That is why we get together and have a planning session. During the planning session, we talk about your goals, your style, your budget and your priorities. We carry all of that over to our photo session and our ordering session. By knowing your priorities, style, goals and budget -- I can show you tailored options at the ordering session that will work for YOU, rather than you having to weed through all those decisions on your own at the very end.
A non-refundable retainer of $250 is required to schedule your session.
Studio sessions start at $250 and on-location sessions start at $300. This fee pays for the time, talent, and equipment of the photographer to capture those beautiful images during your photo session. Print orders are in addition to photo session fees.
A la carte photographic prints begin at $30 and portrait collections begin at $450.
Day in the Life family documentary sessions start at $850 half day / $1600 full day and include a high quality photo book and digital files of selected images (30 for half day session / 70 for full day session).