BOOK YOUR SHOOT HERE!
now offering quick and easy online booking for families, engagements, and headshots!
some quick info:
here are some things to know when you’re ready to book your session!
- a non-refundable 50% deposit is required to officially book your slot, with the second deposit due at the time of your shoot. Tax is not included in the first deposit, and will be collected with the final deposit.
- worried about needing to reschedule? Sessions can always be rescheduled due to illness/emergency, but may not be refunded.
I happily offer travel for sessions outside of seattle as well, just inquire for a quote!
once your session is booked online, I will be in touch within 24 hours via email to discuss all the details and help bring your vision to life! still have more questions? peep the FAQ down below!
can’t wait to see what we will create together!
Frequently Asked Questions
how does it work?
once your session is booked, I'll be in touch to decide on a location of your choice, which I am happy to help with if needed. I can also help with guiding/suggesting outfit tips and color schemes. once we arrive to your shoot, I'll take it from there!
what's included in each session?
7-10 days after our session, I will send you your professionally curated and edited images delivered to you via a private online gallery where all your images will be downloadable and shareable. I also include print release in each package, so you are free to print at the print shop of your choice (though I do offer professional prints through your online gallery).
what if it rains or one of us falls ill?
If we do need to reschedule to a different day, your deposit can be applied to the rescheduled session. I ask all my clients to keep the day of their shoot as free as possible, in case we just need to adjust the session to a different time of day to avoid bad weather conditions. I like to wait until the night before to make the call, as sometimes the forecast can change at the last minute. note: I unfortunately can't offer refunds due to weather or illness-related cancellations.
when is the best time of day to take photos?
the traditional rule for the best light of the day will be the first couple hours after sunrise and before sunset. these achieve the photos with the softest, prettiest light. however, I can make suggestions regarding light and location to make sure we get the best possible photos no matter what time of day it is.