Scroll on down and fill out my 2024 Senior Contact Form. This does NOT have to be a MLA formatted essay...but I still want to hear all about you. It can be casual, funny, or whatever you want it to be. Give me a sense of who YOU are. Because, this IS all about you.
After you fill out this contact form, I will forward to you my full 2024 Senior Investment Guide, which will contain more information on booking with me (i.e. the packages I offer and much more). If you do not receive this Investment Guide within a couple days after your application, please contact me. All applicants will receive an Investment Guide. While I am reviewing all of my applications, you will then have a chance to review my packages and pricing. Although I would love to take every single senior applicant, my schedule is limited. Once I have closed my senior applications, I will be in contact with you via e-mail to let you know if I am able or not able to take you in my senior summer/fall schedule. If you have your heart set on us working together, and I wasn't able to fit you into my summer/fall schedule, please ask me about a spring session or a mini session. My spring season is slow, and I can easily work in a session and quickly get your photos back to you in plenty of time for use for your grad party. Another option would be that we meet for a one outfit mini-session.
I would highly recommend that you create a Senior Mood Board for yourself on Pinterest. I began doing this a couple years ago with my seniors, and it was SO beneficial. It will help you get your creative juices flowing. It also allows your photographer, whether it is me or someone else, to make your vision happen and create the vibe you are wanting. Your board can include any type of photography, colors, clothes, travel, wallpapers, ANYTHING that speaks to you or fits your aesthetic. I refer to my seniors' mood boards often to help me make sure I am giving them the best session I can!
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