How to Book Your VIP Session

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  1. Contact me to set up a pre-shoot consultation to discuss what you are looking for and our services.

  2. Lock in your studio date with a booking fee.

  3. Have hair and makeup done in the studio and a 2-hour shoot.

  4. Come back for your Reveal Session to review your pictures and purchase the picture package.​

 

Pricing

 

My goal is to deliver the best experience for you that you will remember for the rest of your life. Most of my clients have never had a professional photoshoot, so I do my best to make everything as easy as possible.

 

A session fee is $495 and is required to hold your spot. It includes up to 2 hours of shooting time. Picture packages are sold separately and start at $895.

What Your Session Fee Includes:

  1. Pre-Shoot Planning Consultation. I'll reach out to you via phone call or zoom to discuss your goals and plans for wardrobe and theme and coordinate with our hair and makeup team for your session.

  2. A complimentary tour of the studio if you want.

  3. Shoot styling guidance, including wardrobe, hair, and makeup styling guidance.

  4. Access to the VIP member's only section of the website with

    1. A link to our online prep guide to help explain ways you can get ready for your shoot to make it a better experience.

    2. A free copy of our 54-page posing guide.

  5. Up to 2 hours of shooting time in San Diego's prettiest studio.

  6. Professional studio lighting and expert posing guidance.

  7. Complimentary hair and makeup to have a professional makeup artist and hairstylist work their magic before the shoot.

  8. You also get access to our client closet with hundreds of lingerie and outfit pieces.

  9. On the same day of your shoot, you'll get a Reveal Session to review your photos in person and make a decision about which images you'll want to purchase.

The Reveal Session:

At the Reveal Session, you'll see your pictures in person and choose the ones you want to keep forever. We'll set this appointment when we book your shoot.

Frequently asked questions

Can I bring somoene to a shoot? Boyfriend? Friend? Moral Support?


Absolutely. The most important concern is your comfort. If you feel more comfortable having someone there with you, you are welcome to bring someone. Most people do not bring anyone because it can be distracting, but some do and we always want to make sure that option is avialable. We'll go into more detail about this during the booking process and the initial phone call.




Do you provide hair and makeup? Can I get a discount without it?


Hair and makeup is compliemntary, so you might as well take advantage of the service. It is mandatory for the session because it is integral to the experience. We use our network of professional makeup artists and hair stylists who we know to have a history of delivering fantastic results and maintaining proper sanitation protocols.




Can you just send me all of the unedited pictures?


We only provide finished products to our clients, just like a chef only provides finished plated dishes and does not offer discounts for simply placing a bunch of half cooked ingredients on a plate.




How do I get my pictures after the shoot?


Your shoot fee includes a follow up reveal session, which we will also schedule at the time of the initial shoot. The photos take about an hour or two to load and generate thumbnails. We only do in person sessions and do not send digital galleries online.




How much do picture packages cost?


We have a variety of picture packages available that include pinted albums. Packages start at $695 and the average package price is $2495.




Are my photos going to be on the internet?


I never post client pictures on the internet. All of the pictures on my social media and on my website are from promotional shoots that I have commissioned for marketing purposes.




Do you retouch images? Can you?


We'll discuss this in detail during the planning process. My default is to do minimum retouching and instead make the pictures how I want through posing and lighting. I usually default to editing out acne, bruises, other temporary skin issues. If there's anything you want, I'll do it, but not by default without you asking first.




I've never had a professional shoot and I don't know how to pose. Can you help?


Most of my clients have never had a shoot and I work with people all the time who have never posed for a professional shoot. I'm very comfortable with posing people.




Do you only shoot Boudoir? Do I have to be in my underwear or nude?


I love shooting any style of photography that makes people fall in love with themselves. That includes fashion shots in dresses. In fact, that's why I have a collection of about 150 dresses in the studio. One thing that is very important to me is that you be comfortable during the shoot. You will never be asked to do anything outside your comfort zone. If you want to do a shoot in a dress, you will not be asked to do a lingerie or nude shoot. If you want to shoot in lingerie, you will not be pressured into shooting nude. I specialize in providing positive experiences, not trying to see how many women I can pressure into doing something they are not comfortable with.