About Me

I love working with professionals!

I worked in a bunch of different industries before I was a photographer, but whether you need a headshot for an interview, for LinkedIn, for your business, two things are important to achieve for your headshot:

Approachability & Confidence

Trust me, very few people and even fewer positions can get away with a stern non-smile. Whether I need to resort to my get a toddler/professional to smile tactics is up to you! I for one don't like being in front of the camera, so I understand if you are anxious about the experience. That being said, I'm very easy to work with.

I understand all the planning, stress, and everything else that comes with photo shoots Don't worry,

I will take care of you and we get some awesome shots that you can be proud to share.


-Let's chat on the phone when you are available. This call is important to the success of the session for both of us. I'm happy to answer any questions and give you even more helpful tips.

-We'll schedule your shoot during this call, and then you'll receive a contract and invoice via email.

-2-3 weeks after our photo session, you'll receive an email with a gallery of your images. This is where you'll either download the entire gallery or choose your favorites, depending on the package you've selected.


I am more than happy to take discuss what you will wear and help you plan an outfit.

Solids are your friend.
Small patterns like fine checkered shirts are my enemy.

Think timeless styles, rather than trends

What to Bring

-Multiple outfits/changes if wanted
-A positive attitude and smile!

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Weather (if we are shooting outdoors)

If there is inclement weather, we will need to reschedule.
I will do my best to fit you in another date, especially for vacationers.
If for some reason, rescheduling is not possible, I will offer a full refund.

Need to reschedule? Cancel? *It doesn't happen often, but if folks give me enough lead time and they need to cancel, I usually refund their money, especially if it's a week or more before the shoot.

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