Families in all stages of life are my jam.

I do engagements, weddings, maternity, newborns, families, graduations, reunions, parties, and retirements. Plus headshots, which didn’t fit into my adorable chronological timeline of photographic possibilities found in the previous sentence.

Most photoshoots are 30 minutes long: Let’s get in, have some fun, and get out again before the kids implode, the baby needs a change, or the heavy foundation that you wore for the shoot starts to slide. Because let’s be serious here: No one actually needs 50 photos of their family, and your kids really don’t want to spend 2 hours with me on their weekend. And I’ve done this enough times to know how to be efficient.

Exceptions to my 30-minute guideline are events (of course), and newborn shoots which take waaaaaaay longer to allow time for feeding, burping, changing, feeding, changing, and sibling meltdowns. Trust me, I’ve seen it all.

I book on Saturdays and Sundays at 10 am and 4 pm, and weekdays when I can get a sitter. Because I have a huge family of my own to juggle too. Have I mentioned I have 4 boys?


I like to keep it pretty simple: Everyone should be able to afford photography.

My rates for 30-minute shoots are about the price of a trip to Costco when you’re feeling a bit peckish. They including the photoshoot and more than enough digital files to print, post, frame, and send to the relatives. The prices go up for larger groups, extra time, weddings, and travel time (if applicable). The prices go down for multiple bookings, if you’re related to me, or if your vegan (high fives to you!).

Ready to Book? Have more Questions?

Drop me a line and I’ll give you all the details!