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Patrick was so easy to work with, a truly lovely man who put me at ease and made the whole process of having my photos taken (which I normally don't enjoy) a pleasure. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend him - the photos came out great!Jul 20, 2017VerifiedSassoFoto's reply
Thank you!! Much appreciated!
Pat's work is exceptional! We hired Sasso Foto to fill a flash drive with casual/touristy shots of my wife and I in NYC while we were vacationing. Pat was professional and accommodating, especially since we had to reschedule at the last minute. He made us feel comfortable the whole day and his local knowledge came in handy for finding hidden locations. Most importantly, the end result (the photos) were exactly what we wanted. Thank you for a great day!Nov 20, 2012Verified
Patrick is amazing. We met up and he also got roped in as our city guide! :) He was really friendly and gave us some information and tips about travelling around NYC and in the States. As we ain't from the States, Patrick also took time to keep up updated about our meet-ups prior to our arrival in the States. During the photoshoot, he warmed up to us pretty quickly and the shoot went well. I love his black and whites and have received many compliments from my friends! Great meeting u, Patrick! Nicole and JakeJan 21, 2014Verified
Luv yo Work!!!Jun 13, 2012SassoFoto's reply
Thanks! Always nice to be appreciated.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?It is most always project-based with no hidden fees. Prices are discussed up-front and openly.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I just like the client to feel comfortable. If it's portrait photography, relaxation is the key. If it's commercial or product photography, we discuss looks, colors and desired result.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Always. There is always something to learn, particularly in lighting.