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Christine did and awesome job! We needed someone for an event pretty quickly and not only was she quick to respond to my initial inquiry, but every one after that as well. The photos turned out great and she's be "starred" as a top go-to photographer on our list of freelance photographers to reach out to in the future. Great work!Dec 18, 2019Verified
Wedding and Event Photography
She was fantastic. Truly captured the moment and was a joy to work with. Amazing photos!!! Great for any job.Jun 22, 2018Verified
Real Estate and Architectural Photography
We hired Christine for an out-of-state real estate shoot. Great communication, easy to work with, fast turnaround, and the photos look great! Working with photographers remotely can be a pain but Christine made it a breeze.May 9, 2016Verified
Christine took a newborn session for my family with our baby girl and her three big brothers. It was a wonderful experience and she did a fantastic job capturing a very precious time in our lives. We all felt really comfortable with her and she was extremely delicate with my brand new baby. We will always treasure these beautiful photos. I also checked off all the grandparents off my Christmas list by framing some of our pictures for them! I wholeheartedly recommend Christine to others!!Jan 17, 2015
Christine is an incredible photographer to work with on both short term and long term projects. She has a depth of knowledge of several topics I have asked her to cover for al.com. Always on time, on budget and exceeds expectations.Oct 14, 2014
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The prices listed on Thumbtack are base or "starting at" prices. I build out my services and prices from these base prices and generally provide custom quotes once I get more details. Feel free to contact me with inquiries. Quoted prices do not include sales tax. Please ask about my discount for non profit organizations.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Many of my clients reach out through email, Thumbtack, or a phone call. I generally get an idea of the services they are looking for and then make sure that I'm available on a date that works for them. If so, and depending on the service, we generally connect for a phone call that lasts no more than 15 minutes and usually closer to 5 minutes. Again, depending on the scope of the project I might meet with the client in person to plan a shoot or visit a location to understand what lighting needs there may be. Once we agree on a shot list and other terms, I put the client and their date/time on my calendar and contact them a week in advance to finalize any details. If the shoot is on location, I generally show up around 30 minutes before the shoot. Then its showtime!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have an MA degree in photojournalism and worked full time as a photojournalist for 10 years before becoming a freelancer who serves businesses. Because of this training and experience, I am particularly skilled at capturing authentic moments and emotions. Additionally, I am constantly learning new techniques and following industry trends to keep my photography relevant for my business clients. The goal is to increase my clients' visibility and authenticity in order to help them grow their business. For real estate shoots, I bring my expertise as both a photographer and real estate investor, so I know how to present a property in its best light. Quick turnaround too!