Q: Why should I hire you in the first place?

A: Most photographers can take a good photo, but can they take photographs that allow the real you to shine through? Beyond natural light/corporate and landscape photography, that is my niche.

Q: Which types of photography do you specialize in?

A: Natural light/corporate portraiture and landscapes.

Q: Why do you shoot?

A: Photography is a medium for me to express myself. I am also able to make positive and meaningful contributions to the lives of people and development of organizations. 

Q: When do you shoot?

A: I shoot on the weekends.

Q: Do you offer prints of your work?

A: I am currently working on an online shop where you can order landscape prints. Stay tuned!

Technical & Delivery

Q: Do you shoot in JPEG or RAW?

A: I shoot exclusively in RAW and then deliver the images in high-quality JPEG format as most of my clients use their images online.

Q: How long does it take to get digital copies of the photos from our shoot?

A: Depending on the length of the shoot, amount of retouching needed, and specific agreements between the client and photographer: 2-7 days.

Q: Do you deliver every image you shoot? How many images can I expect from an average shoot?

A: In short, no. Not every image taken will be perfect. I average 10-15 retouched images per client. I aim to provide you with my best work from the vision we created together, you deserve it!


Q: How much notice do you need to plan a shoot with clients?

A: A minimum of 2 weeks after a contract detailing the date and time has been signed.

Q: How do you share your ideas with clients?

A: Before every shoot, I create a mood board to share my vision with clients. A mood board typically consists of poses, make up, hairstyles, and environments that match what both the client and I intend to achieve.

Q: I don’t know how to model! What should I do?

A: As a photographer, it is my responsibility to ensure you look great! Part of that includes researching poses tailored to your specific look or the desired outcome. If you are still not sure what to expect, let me know and we'll figure it out!