Branding. It's what people say about your business when you aren't there.
Savvy business owners that want to take their branding and marketing to the next level are typically who book these sessions.
We'll delve deep into not just who you are visually, but telling your story of what you and why you do it via detail images, lifestyle images, you in action, and with your products or services. Possibilities are endless and each session is customized to best reflect the type of business you own and the message you wish to convey about your brand through images.
Branding sessions start at $790 and up. Contact to schedule a call so that we can discuss what best fits your needs and budget.
Your family session is guaranteed to be fun and different from previous experiences. It starts with your consultation over wardrobe ideas, the location, whether this is going to be in the studio, your home, or a location that holds a special place for your family, and discuss how you want to display your artwork. Everything is fully tailored to your needs with a full-service experience.
Sessions are $250, which includes your consultation, hair and make-up artist for the ladies, and your session time up to one hour at one location.
Artwork is sold separately from and clients have spent between $500 to $15,000, so there's something for every budget.
Your senior session begins with your complimentary consultation to go over wardrobe, locations, props, and how you want to share your session with family and friends.
The custom senior session starts at the studio and includes up to two extra locations for $690; a credit of $500 is included towards artwork.
The deluxe senior session also starts at the studio but includes up to five extra locations, unlimited wardrobe changes, a hair and make-up artist for the ladies, and a credit of $1000 towards artwork. Think of it as a model for the day photo session. The cost is $1390.
Both packages have the option to add a family session during the senior school year, so you can get that family memory before they move away. (As a father with three of my own scattered, I know how hard this is to coordinate later on!)