- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
For larger projects, I will discuss the moving parts of the project, like the timeline of the day or the exact moments or items that will need to be photographed. I am someone who can work flexibily because I know many events won't run exactly on time for each part, and sometimes things need to be switched or moved due to venue or weather. For smaller events and projects, I can be pretty go with the flow. Especially working with children because they can be unpredictable. My booking process is as follows: To book the day, I require a signed contract and a nonrefundable retainer of 30-50% (depends on type of event or shoot). The remainder is to be paid the week before the event or shoot. I am flexible depending on client needs.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?
I started my photography journey with fine art film photography. Then, in 2016, I decided to get my first DSLR. I started doing night life events, which are some of the most difficult conditions to photograph (dark, random changes in lighting, and fog). From there, I branched out my business to what it is today, creating beautiful true to life photos of businesses, families, and more.
- What types of customers have you worked with?
I have worked with so many types of customers; nightlife, concerts, weddings, engagements, families, companies, and restaurants