“A thing that you see in my pictures is that I was not afraid to fall in love with these people.” – Annie Leibovitz
pricing & packages
-Any type of portrait session (family, engagement, boudoir, branding)
-High resolution images
-Within the GTA
When do we receive our online gallery?
You will receive your online gallery within two to three weeks from the photoshoot.
How long is the gallery up online?
The online gallery is up online for four weeks. We recommend you immediately download both your high resolution files and your web sized files.
Are these sessions edited?
Of course! These sessions are edited and the best images are selected! On average you will receive between 30-50 perfectly edited images ready to print! The amount varies per session due to the amount of editing that goes into each image. Boudoir and headshot sessions have much more in depth editing and retouching than family and engagement sessions.
Can we pick where we do the photoshoot?
Every photoshoot is custom for you! Meaning you just let us know what you want and we can send you some recommendations or if you have a location in mind we can do it there. We work with you to get the images you want!
Can we change outfits during the photoshoot?
You can change outfits no problem. However, that is time taken away from the photoshoot. I find most people change in their car to avoid time taken away, however if uncomfortable we can head to the nearest change room location.
Can we pay for extra time?
Additional hour for sessions is $200+hst. You can add it to your package or while we are shooting if you need more time.
How do you charge for travel?
I cover 100 kilometers from my office in South Etobicoke. This generally covers the GTA, Halton Region and most of Southwestern Ontario counties. Photoshoots outside my area incur a 0.40 per km driven outside that radius.
If the session is over a 5-hour drive I prefer to fly (if possible). At which point the flight, one-two nights hotel, checked baggage, car rental, airport parking and meals ($15 per meal 3 times daily) must be covered. Locations that further afield require special pricing
I am not comfortable in front of camera, how will I look good?
Part of my job as a photographer is to make you at ease. This means making you feel comfortable. I do this by getting to know you, and making you do actions rather than strictly posed shots. This will give me more genuine reactions and the photos will look way better and you will feel less awkward. The more you are yourself the more candid the images will be.