If you’re keen on booking a session – great! I can’t wait to work with you – but there are a few things to think about before booking.
Time of day is a very important consideration for outdoor photography – morning and evening light tend to give the absolute best results.
If you’re unsure, let me know and we can figure out the best time together. I know you’re busy, but you won’t likely get great shots if we’re sneaking in a shoot mid-day between work meetings when the light is harsh and the stress is visible. Being relaxed is equally as important as the quality of light.
When planning your shoot, if you have either a specific site or a general location in mind (ie. beach, mountain, forest etc.) please let me know.
Mother Nature is in control and we are along for the ride. If it rains and you weren’t aiming for that, we’ll work with it!
Rainy-day photoshoots can certainly make the magic happen, especially at the beach or in the woods. They make us tough on Vancouver Island for a reason. Having a pair of cute gumboots and an umbrella can come in handy!
The age-old struggle! Think about what you’re going for…if you want relaxed photos on the beach with your partner or your kids, think simple for your dress code. Barefoot and fancy-free is always classy! Wearing something complementary looks great, if being photographed with others.
Or, alternatively, go wild! If you have a statement piece you love or a colour that will stand out amongst the forest or the outdoor backdrop, be bold. We certainly can factor in time for a costume change during the shoot, if need be. Great to bring a simple outfit option along as well, if you are wanting to be photographed in something bold first.
Please email to inquire – pricing will be based on duration of shoot, travel required and editing time required after the shoot.
Absolutely! I’ve spent my entire working life travelling all over the world, and I will certainly consider doing it for you.
I am willing to explore travel for weddings, events, holidays and other memorable moments – even if there’s a hike or a helicopter ride involved.
Don’t be afraid to go big!
I will give you a curated selection of all of the best digital files from your photoshoot. As always, the copyright remains with the photographer, but the image files are all yours to keep, to enjoy, to get printed, to use for your business or anything else your heart desires.
I aim to get at least a handful of edited images to you within the first 48 hours after our shoot – after all, it’s YOUR life adventure that we’re documenting. I travel and work as an expedition guide as well as work as a photographer, so depending on my life schedule, there may be a wait. Let’s chat about your deadlines; we will find something that works for all involved.