Are you ready to take the beautiful, everyday details of today and freeze them in time? All you have to do is show up ready to love on your people, I'll take care of the rest!
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On average, studio milestone and portrait sessions last around 30 minutes, families and maternity around 45 minutes and newborns around 1.5-2 hours.
You can expect your full edited digital gallery via e-mail about 2-3 weeks after our session together. Don't worry, you'll get to see a sneak peek or two on social media while you wait!
Products are not currently included in my collections, but can be purchased a la carte right from your gallery store! I have carefully curated a collection of timeless products including frames, print boxes and albums.
Currently, my collections include differing amounts of edited digital images available for download. You will purchase the collection of your choice based on your budget and needs after viewing all of your edited images!
At this time, shorter sessions are offered year round for baby and children's studio portraits only. I also offer limited edition mini sessions 1-2 times per year, typically in the spring and fall. You can join my e-mail list to be notified first when openings become available.
My favorite sessions are the ones done in your home as they are unique and true to you and your family! However, we are also lucky to also have LOTS of beautiful outdoor locations nearby. I have a great list of favorite spots I will share with you upon booking, as well as a natural light studio in South Tampa! In the meantime, check out this blog post on Tampa photography location ideas!
Currently, my sessions include travel within a 20 mile radius of Downtown Tampa. If you are further away and are interested in booking with me, please reach out and I can send a custom quote for additional travel fees.
Lifestyle Photography is a less posed style of session flow, where I try to capture the moments of this season in your life as they truly are. I want to document the connection between family members and focus on the little details, not distracting props and forced smiles.