Thinking of taking some family portraits this fall? The time to book is now! This is my busiest time of year and I am currently booking for September and beyond. My weekends are booked until September 27. I do have weekday availability beginning in early September.
Book and pay for a full session by August 15 and receive an additional $25 print credit (total credit of $125 with a paid $175 session fee).
I will be offering custom designed holiday cards again this year and will include 50 complimentary cards with a purchase of the Digital Package.
Full sessions are typically 1-2 hours and can be at multiple locations. I take a lot of photos of everyone at these sessions – the whole family, the kids together and individually, the girls, the boys, candids, etc. There are at least 35 proofs to choose from – usually many more. Contact me for more details, including pricing.
I will be offering Mini Sessions at Wright Park in Tacoma on Sunday, September 13 with Sunday September 20 as a back up in case of rain. The Mini Session is a short session (30 minutes) with the goal of capturing a couple of great images of one photo grouping (i.e. the whole family or just the kids) to be used on your holiday card and/or as gifts.
The Mini Session is $175 ($275 value) and includes:
30 minute photo session
$50 print credit
3 high resolution, digital images for download (7-10 proofs to choose from)
25 custom designed, postcard style holiday cards and envelopes
I only have ten openings for Mini Sessions. The balance is due within three days of booking to reserve your spot. Contact me for more info and to book!
I have a new Facebook fan page:
Become my fan – it’s a great way to keep in touch, follow my work and hear about upcoming specials. If you have previously been my fan, please do it again as this is a new page.
And because it feels wrong to post without a photo, here is one that I’ve posted before but I just love. These are my crazy two kids running on Ruby Beach near Kalaloch on the Olympic Peninsula. I’m thinking of printing this BIG for my wall. What do you think?