I appreciate you taking your valuable time to view my website. I believe in simple: simple, straightforward pricing. I would enjoy the opportunity to talk with you about your portrait session, so please e-mail or call me at 803.331.2103.
Classic, timeless photography is my specialty. I want to help you create memories that will last a lifetime. You are giving me your most valuable resource: your time. I will consider it a priviledge to create a portrait for you that will be treasured for generations to come.
As a classic photographer, I prefer to do most of my work "in the camera." I am happy to do light touch-ups, such as removing blemishes,wrinkles, and smaller tattoos. If you are looking for a lot of special effects, such as putting angel wings on babies, you might want to consider another photographer. I do believe that you will be proud of my finished product, eager to share your captured memories with others.
I work on commission. This means that you pay only for the images you want. I do not charge a traditional sitting fee, as many photographers do, nor do I require you to buy a certain number of photographs.
I ask for a $50 booking fee to secure your session date and time. This fee is refunded to you immediately after your photo session. If you cancel your session at least 48 hours before your scheduled appointment, I will be glad to refund the $50 fee to you.
Your portraits will be available for viewing on a personal, password-protected online gallery. You may select, pay, and download full resolution images directly from your gallery. You can buy a single digtal image or select from several packages to save money.
Your images will be in high resolution, suitable for printing from 4x6, all the way to 24x36. You can also convert color images to black and white, or sepia (for a more antique feel).
If you desire a location other than the immediate Columbia area, such as the beach or mountains, I do charge $.55 per mile.
Please take a moment to view the images in my photo gallery. You will notice I provide a variety of portrait types: classic (typically one person), family, children, maternity, bridal, wildlife, and environmental.
While a portrait is generally understood to be of a single subect, it is no longer restricted to a human subject. Have you ever wanted a portrait of your pet? I'm a dog lover myself, and I understand the connection you have with your furry (or feathered) companion.