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34 photos and 9 videos
Trevor did an awesome job taking my daughter's senior pictures. He was very accommodating when we said that we wanted the photos at the Museum of Flight and even arranged for a makeup artist to come and do her makeup. She looked great and Trevor was able to bring out the best in her personality and looks.Oct 30, 2017
Wedding and Event Photography
He did a great job capturing my son's first birthday as crazy as it was that day! Very professional and provided the photos on time. Thank you!Sep 27, 2017Verified
Fantastically professional, courteous, and creative. I myself don't have a creative bone in my body, and between him and his assistant, they made sure I was well taken care of in that regard. He took the time to make sure each shot, pose, angle, lighting, etc, was on point. He was meticulous and precise, while keeping it light and fun. Quite possibly the best photo shoot I've ever done! Thank you!Jun 30, 2017Verified
Trevor is a fantastic photographer and very easy to work with.May 10, 2017
Trevor is an excellent photographer to work with. He always makes sure you're feeling alright and comfortable with whatever the shoot might entail. Whenever I get to see the finished product of a shoot of his I am always very impressed.May 11, 2017
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My pricing is negotiable based on the needs of the client. Usually, my prices start at $200. If a client would like to make a large photo package, we can try and work out something we both agree on.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I always like to get as many details from a client as possible to start with. This helps me get a good understanding of what they are looking for in their photos. These details often include: total photos they would like, preferred location, type of shoot (event, portrait, etc.), number of people at an event/number of people in portrait, look and feel (mood), price range, availability, concerns. Once this information has been discussed and agreed upon, I like to make a mood board for our shoot (when necessary). The mood board shows ideas of what our photos could be inspired by. It will also list the agreed upon location and all other important shoot details. I find the mood board really helps my clients and I stay on the same page and lets a client actually see the direction we are headed for. I often send the board to the client a few days before a shoot so they can be prepared for the shoot. Payment-wise, I prefer to charge for half the total amount before the shoot date. This works as a deposit, showing that the client is serious about the photos, and allows me to cover any necessary production expenses.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Attended the Commercial Photography program at Seattle Central Creative Academy