I'm hard-working and will bust my ass to get the perfect shot when shooting. With that said I'm very laid back and strive for photo shoots to be relaxed and fun. I believe it's all in the details. When the shoots over, I don't want to make you wait for your photos. I take the time I need to process them and get them to you straight away.
I've studied under a celebrity portrait photographer who now shoots fine art weddings. I've learned a lot of skills and still am. I've been shooting weddings and portraits for 4 years now, but I'm always hoping to do new and creative things with photography.
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Meeting new people, learning thier stories and little nuances that make them uniquely human. I want to capture the realness and beauty in everyone :)
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I like to learn a litte about the client and what thier goals are with hiring photography services, ensure I can meet thier needs and then offer a quote from there.
Bachelors in Photojournalism. Training under a celebrity wedding photographer and working as his editor & post production manager for his full service wedding studio.
For everything non-weddings or newborn, my general rate is $150/hour. Rate can vary with additional details (styled, location).
It was my passion in high school and I followed it to college. Some people say you don't need to go to college for photographer and (well, aside from the student loans ha) I disagree. I made a lot of connections in college, channeled inspiration and discovered what path with photography I wanted to make my own. I cherish that experience.
All kinds :)
The most gorgeous golden hour couple's session. Ask me where!
Do your research to ensure you're hiring someone who has work to show and quality experience. Making sure you vibe with them is important too. Photo shoots are very personal!
What is my budget? Does that number have wiggle room? This will greatly determine the quality of photographer you can hire.
What type of shoot do I want?
What location am I interested in? Indoor/outdoor?
Can I pull inspiration to share with the photographer to give them a better idea of what I'm looking for?
Do I want to make a large print from this shoot?