I’m so happy you’re here! Whether it was a google search, or a friend telling you about me, I so appreciate your visit. While in college, I worked in a Daycare, and found myself completely fascinated by the children I was working with. There’s something magical about a baby gripping their bottle, and looking straight up at you. There’s something inspiring about a child conquering a challenge for the first time, like taking that first, wobbly step. There’s something special, about seeing them growing up, and being part of their lives. I couldn’t help but take out a (crappy at the time) camera and just taking a million pictures. It was then the my passion truly began, and I can’t imagine not working with kids, and capturing those many expressions. I’m not about the posed photos, I like to capture their true selves, true expressions, and all the love a family has for each other!
How much will my family photo/senior picture/etc. cost?
Lifestyle sessions begin at $150, with a minimum print/product purchase of $200. Digital files are not included. Please contact Poly for a custom quote.
What type of camera do you use?
I use all Canon equipment. My main camera is the Canon 5D Mark IV and my go-to lenses are the 50mm 1.2 and, the 35mm 1.4.
What should I/we wear for our session?
I’ll send you inspiration and a guide when you book and help you all the way! I always recommend choosing a pattern and pulling from those colors for everybody. Skip the “white t-shirt and jeans” look.
Will you tell us what to do?
Yes! But mostly, I’ll talk to you and make sure you’re having a good time. As we talk, I’ll snap a million pictures (maybe not a million…) and choose the very best to present to you at our meeting.
Are digital files included with the session fee?
No, but they are available for purchase.
Are you good with children?
Absolutely! I love children! I am very good with them because I’m just a big child myself. We’ll be talking about the latest Disney movie, singing songs together, and having a great playdate as I take the photos. There’s not a lot of posing here. I prefer to just let kids be kids and follow them to capture the most natural smiles and expressions.