- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
I generally price by the hour but it really depends on the gig. Some smaller events i will give a set price. But its pretty straight forward and I am always open to any questions regarding the price I quote. Nothing is in stone and I am always willing to adjust when needed and I am able.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
I want to know as much information about what you are looking for before you get in front of the camera. If you have no clue that's okay too. My goal is create images you love, that process start with getting to know who you are and what you like and dislike. I want to make sure I offer a price and package that fits your needs, so you have everything you want and in your budget.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I think the most important thing for photography is to really stay current because its such a digital world now. Though I did go to school off and on for photography since I was real young. I think with anything creative when you are passionate you will seek out how to completely hone your craft and your really never stop learning. I seem to learn a new way of doing something constantly. and after 15 years of continuously learning and growing as an artist and a professional I think I have found my "style". Though I will always be pushing to find new ways to make photography relevant in an Iphone/instagram world.