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In case you were wondering...

What is the best time for my session?

The most beautiful lighting is in the first hour after sunrise and the first hour before sunset. These two hours are commonly known as "the Golden Hour." However, with young children or large groups, it may be nearly impossible to have your crew on location at 7:00 am. I am willing to work with my clients to schedule a time that works best for everyone. 

What happens if I am late to my session?

As a mother to three little girls and a wife to a hard working husband, I value my time and yours! When you book a session, you are paying for the specified time frame. If you arrive 5, 10, or 15 minutes late, your session will still have to end at the designated end time we originally agreed upon. It's always best to arrive to your session 10 minutes early to make sure you have time to park, fix your hair, touch up make up, and wipe away the crumbs from your little one's face.

Can I have all of the photos you took at my session?

As a professional, I only provide my clients with the very best images. Much like a chef from your favorite restaurant wouldn't give you a piece of raw food from the kitchen, I cannot give my clients unedited or imperfect images. I work hard to go through each photo from your session. I will give you the best of the best. Additional images are edited and always available for your investment if you love what you see.

I don't see a package that suits my needs. Can you help?

Absolutely! Contact me so we can discuss your needs and create a package that provides the amount of time, date, and number of images you need.

What is your style of photography?

I am a lifestyle photographer and pride myself on utilizing natural light to produce images that compliment my clients and the details of their chosen location. My goal as a photographer is to capture the true nature and personality of each of my clients. I love for everyone to interact in a natural way and to capture the organic connection between them. I believe that if I can capture emotions and feelings, my photographs become truly invaluable. Those are the images that are passed down for generations to come.

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