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A photography session should produce not just beautiful images, but an enjoyable and stress-free experience as well. Online booking, relaxed sessions, and digital photo downloads make everything easy and simple. Let’s have some fun!
Book your Fall appointment online soon! All regular sessions (family, newborn, senior) are now available for scheduling September through December. Saturdays sell out first, but remember there are a number of weeknight appointments available, after work and school.
Holiday Mini Session booking will go live May 16th at noon on my online booking page. Minis are offered to Starlight Clients only (3+ shoots with me). Last year all 40 minis sold out in less than 2 hours, so mark your calendar if you want one! Minis are $500+tax for 20 minutes and 10 digital files. Mini session dates and locations went out in the recent newsletter. If you’re not a Starlight Client, you can email me to be added to the holiday mini waitlist.
Think of your favorite photo. My guess is it wasn’t taken by saying cheese or posing awkwardly for the camera. So why should a photographer ask you to do either? A good photographer doesn’t force a shot, or direct their subject into painful poses. A good photographer sets their subject at ease, evokes a feeling, or prompts a candid moment and shoots the result. I design and direct my sessions around this concept. Fun, connected sessions produce fun, connected photos. Simple as that.
While attending college at UW 18 years ago, I apprenticed under a fantastic Seattle film photographer, shooting weddings and learning the ins and outs of photography. Committed to my “plan”, however, I got my masters in business and spent a decade in sales and marketing, keeping photography a side hustle on weekends. After my son was born in 2012, I could no longer ignore my calling. I quit my director role at a sustainability startup and became a full-time photographer. Photography never ceases to challenge or excite me. I love this work, love growing my art, and will undoubtedly still have a camera in my hand when I’m 90.