- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Photography is not an area where you want to go with the lowest-priced option you can find. Good photography can be one of the most important investments you'll make whether you're marketing your interior design business, listing an AirBnB rental, or selling real estate. Professional photos are so important. I use the highest quality equipment available to photographers. I bring back up camera bodies and lenses so I always have a plan B. I may charge a travel fee depending on where your project is located. I am willing to travel outside of the Los Angeles area. If more than one party joins the photoshoot (i.e. builder, architect, lighting vendor, tile vendor, landscape architect, interior designer, etc) then it is a 25% price reduction for a license for each party.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I like to get as much information about the project as I can beforehand, either on the phone or over email. I will ask if it is a commercial building, interior design shoot, architect, real estate, or product photography. If it is a large property I will sometimes do site visits to scout out the shots and make sure I'm prepared prior to photoshoot day.
- What types of customers have you worked with?
Interior designers, architects, contractors, marketing directors, homeowners, real estate agents, investors, AirBnbs, sub-contractors.