I'm excited to announce that beginning this summer, I will be offering Front Porch Sessions! These 20 minute mini sessions take place right in front of your home or apartment building, and are a great way to commemorate the times.* I am a big believer that photography is meant to tell the story of your life, and for better or worse, the story of our lives this year is being quarantined at home with our families.
And because this pandemic has affected so many in so many ways, I will be donating a portion of the session fee to the Seattle Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund.
*No actual porch required. We can shoot in your driveway, front yard, back yard, back deck, through your windows, whatever makes the most sense for your living situation. No matter the size of your front stoop, I am confident we will find beautiful ways to shoot and capture your family in a variety of fun images.
Why Choose a Front Porch Session?
Front porch sessions are a great way to maintain social distance during our shoot. I will drive up, call to let you know I've arrived, and use a long lens to photograph you from a distance. (Check out my last blog post of information on my 2020 Health and Safety plans)
And, the best thing about front porch sessions is that you can fully make them your own. Want to put on real clothes and do your hair for the first time in months? Great! Rather capture the true quarantined family in your over-worn lounge wear? Awesome! We will chat before your session and come up with a plan that captures the story you want to tell.
I'm charging my basic mini session fee ($295 + tax) for these sessions and donating 20% to the Seattle Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund. The session fee includes your donation, the 20 minute session, a private online viewing gallery, and at least 10 artfully edited, hi-resolution digital files with copyright release.
Please reach out at email@example.com with any questions or information about scheduling*.
*I will be offering these sessions first to current clients, and then opening the schedule as space allows.