WHEN SHOULD I BOOK A SESSION?
Book ASAP, I fill up quickly and weekends can be hard to get on short notice. I am available 7 days of the week.
WHAT TO BRING TO A NEWBORN SESSION?
I will send you a link to a checklist prior to your session that will help us get the best shots possible.
WHERE DOES OUR SESSION TAKE PLACE?
Most of the time we do the sessions at my studio in Creekside, PA. I have a full studio for indoor and we also live on 96 acres of wooded land we utilize which includes a 1/2 acre pond.
I will also do on-location shoots for senior sessions. Please message me for more information.
WHAT TO BRING FOR A CAKE SMASH SESSION?
I want to make your cake smash session as easy and worry-free as possible. You come up with the theme and I will make the magic happen. I provide the cake, props, outfits, and backdrops for the session.
WHAT TO WEAR?
Wear what makes you feel comfortable. I try to avoid bright colors with a lot of patterns. For smaller children and maternity, I do have a lot of outfits in the studio to choose from.
DO YOU PROVIDE THE PROPS/ACCESSORIES?
YES! Most of the cute props, headbands, outfits and hats you see in my portfolio are available at the studio for you to use during your session. I am ALWAYS adding to my collection so there is always something new to try out and choose from.
WHAT IF MY CHILD IS SICK?
Please reschedule if your child isn’t feeling like him/herself. Sick kids and photo sessions just don’t mix. We want to make sure we capture your child’s personality at her/his best.
HOW LONG DO SESSIONS LAST?
DEPENDS! Newborn sessions are normally 2-3 hours. Cake smash sessions are normally around 1.5 hours. Regular sessions range from 1 to 1.5 hours depending on the needs of your child.
HOW LONG BEFORE I SEE A SNEAK PEEK?
Typically, a sneak peek is within a couple of days of the session up to 7 days.
HOW WILL I GET MY SESSION DELIVERED TO ME?
Once a session is complete it is emailed to the client with an attached Print release. There will be two files included; one for social media and the second for prints.