Minneapolis Couples + Family Sessions
I am so excited to be returning to Minnesota and work with you and your loved ones! The whole session revolves around connection, the little moments shared between you, and what makes you guys, well, you. This isn't a session where you will spend all your time smiling and looking at the camera. Instead, I want to capture your joy, your love, your energy.
60-minute session in/near Minneapolis on November 2nd, 3rd, or 4th 2018
Indoor or Outdoor Location
*unfortunately cannot shoot at indoor locations with cats
Access to my Client Styling Tips and Client Welcome Guide
Time + Talent during the shoot
Zero travel fees
20 High-Res Images with Print Release
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: I’m ready to book. What do I need to do?
A: Due to my limited availability in Minneapolis, the sessions will be booked on a first-come, first-served basis. A signed contract and retainer fee are required to reserve your time slot. If you are ready to book, click here, answer some questions, and viola! (I’ll be getting back to you about what time works best for both of our schedules.)
Q: What is the best time of day to shoot?
A: I love to have my sessions an hour-ish before sunset, because that’s when we get some really dreamy light. If you are opting for an outdoor session, the best time slots are going to be from 4:30-6:00. If you are opting for an indoor session, 11AM -1PM will be the best for light.
Q: What is the payment process?
A: Upon signing your contract, a 50% retainer is due to reserve your session. I will send you an invoice at the same time as the contract, and you are able to pay right through my secure site. I normally accept cash and check for regular sessions, but due to the nature of these travel sessions and limited availability, I will only be accepting online payments for these sessions.
Q: What should I wear?
A: Paying attention to styling helps take your family photos to the next level. I will happily help make suggestions for things that look good on camera! The best piece of advice I can give you is to think about coordinating colors and patterns and not thinking of matching. It looks great if everyone sticks within the same color palette (or family of colors) instead of everyone showing up wearing something identical like jeans and a white shirt.
Q: I'm worried my kids won't cooperate.
A: Don't worry about that! This isn't about capturing perfection! This is about letting them be themselves and show-off for the camera in any number of ways. I also try to make sessions really fun by playing games and having you interact as a group. Please don't worry about this one!