FAQ

 

Where are sessions photographed?

All sessions in Colorado are photographed at a location of your choice within the Denver Metro Area. This way we can create beautiful photographs in a setting that is meaningful to you. Want to travel outside the metro, maybe into the mountains? Ask about the very reasonable travel fees!

Sessions in Iowa can be photographed at my studio or at a location of your choice.

I am also available to travel worldwide so we can photograph your session wherever you desire! Check out my travel schedule to see where I am headed to next, but definitely feel free to inquire about a different location!

 


 

When is the best time to schedule my high school senior session?

Most high school seniors book their photo session with me during the summer between their junior and senior year. This ensures that we have enough time to submit the ever-important yearbook photo before the deadlines, which typically fall during the first few months of the new school year.

 


 

How do I view my images and place my order?

For all my Colorado clients, your images will be presented to you at your in person Image Reveal & Ordering Appointment approximately 2 weeks after your session. At this appointment you will see your images, we will narrow down your favorites, and I will help you pick out the perfect prints and products that fit your needs.

For clients in other states, ask me about the special sales process I have set up for you!

 


 

How long does it take to receive my print order?

Product delivery is typically 4-6 weeks for prints and digital products. Custom framed prints may take a little longer.

 


 

I am ready to book. How do I schedule my session?

When you first contact me, we’ll discuss your expectations, different location options and answer any questions you might have regarding your session. I love getting to know you before the session and make sure we are a good match. Once you’re ready to schedule, I will send you a contract, collect a small retainer and get you on the calendar.