- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
My pricing is a total package type of pricing. It includes travel, the session time, editing time, software, materials, etc. This also includes 75-100 high resolution edited photographs for a one hour session. Prints are available for purchase through my website if desired. I do not charge per photo or have my clients pick photos in a gallery to purchase. You get all 75-100 photographs that will be available to download to as many devices as needed.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
My process is to schedule a phone call and make sure that we are a good fit. I want to make sure my clients understand my services, understand my pricing and any other details. I also want to listen to any requests or concerns of my client. I think it's really important to work all of these things out ahead of time so that there aren't any surprises the day of the session. I also love seeing any ideas my clients may have, or Pinterest boards so that I have a better idea of what my clients are expecting. I'm very open and flexible to different ideas and will also be honest about what I am capable of. I never want to promise something that I can't deliver.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I went to Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and studied fine arts, I’ve worked for LifeTouch photography and have been working with clients here and there for the last 10 years. At one point I worked for a ticketing a company called Groove Tickets, doing concert photography, which was a blast! This past couple years I have been focusing on my own business and building a good clientele.