FAQS

frequently asked questions

-   How long have you been shooting?

-   How long have you been shooting?

I've had my portrait photography business for seven years now, and one of the first things I remember playing with as a child was a toy camera. From there, I got my first DSLR as a birthday gift in middle school, took film photography in high school, and went on to major in media arts and design with a concentration in photojournalism in college. I had some really awesome photo internships (with The Discovery Channel and an art gallery in London!), and learned on my own from second shooting, photo conferences and MANY online webinars. I decided in 2014 to go all in and start my own company and never looked back! Since then, I have photographed hundreds of family portrait sessions and I take on a handful of weddings each year.

-   How long have you been shooting?

-   What equipment do you use?

-   What equipment do you use?

In my camera bag I have two Canon 5D Mark IIIs. I love my prime lenses. I have a Sigma 50mm f/1.4, Sigma Art 35mm f/1.4, Canon 24-105mm, and my most recent additions – Canon 100mm f/2.8 and Canon 70-200mm.  I use natural light whenever possible, but have an on-camera flash for receptions and other indoor events.

-   How long have you been shooting?

-   How do I go about booking a session?

-   How do I go about booking a session?

Please get in touch with me via my contact page. This ensures your message gets to the proper place and helps me gather  the necessary information  to begin the booking process.

-   How long have you been shooting?

-   How Far ahead should i book?

-   How Far ahead should i book?

-   How long have you been shooting?

-   What is your Editing style like?

-   What is your Editing style like?

-   How long have you been shooting?

-   What is your shooting style like?

-   What is your shooting style like?

-   How long have you been shooting?

-   What are field & farm portraits?

-   What are field & farm portraits?

-   How long have you been shooting?