For initial inquiries, please use this form to tell me a little about yourself/business, your project and your desired shoot dates. Please also provide a link to any project images or scouting photos.
Do you travel for shoots?
Absolutely. Depending on where the shoot is located, I will provide a scope of work which details travel expenses (such as air fare, hotel, car rental, per diem, gear rental) for myself and/or my team.
Do you work with a team?
I love working collaboratively with a team, and can absolutely build one out for your project — including set design, prop stylists, creative directors, project managers, HMU, catering — you name it! I also have a core crew of people I love to work with and am happy to send you their portfolios and résumés for consideration.
Do you have a 1/2 day rate?
I find that most of my work scales to a full day. For example, an interior shoot is no longer than 10 hours which includes load-in, set up and striking set. However, for the instances where you solely wish to capture a few rooms, I can provide you with a quote for a 6 hour shoot (including set up and load out).
Do you practice Cost Sharing for Interior photography?
Cost sharing is a very common practice when photographing interiors and architecture. By bringing in just one additional party to license images from your shoot — before it takes place — you can bring your portion of the overall project costs down. Your savings increase for each additional party brought into the photoshoot for licensing. During the initial estimate process, I will provide you with more details about why it is advantageous to consider the Cost Sharing model.
Do you include post-processing and/or licensing?
Depending on the type of project I will either incorporate licensing within my Creative Fee or I will separate it out based on your particular usage requirements. My interior day rate includes licensing of the images to the Client. As mentioned above, third party licensing is available either with Cost Sharing or after the shoot at a per image cost. Post-processing (color & toning, HDR, file clean up, object removal) is key to my work and is a separate line item on the estimate I provide. Sometimes I will send work out to a professional retoucher if need be; that need will be discussed prior to the shoot and the additional fee will be added as a separate line item to the final invoice.
How long does it take to receive the work?
Typically I schedule shoots so that you will receive your password-protected gallery no later than 3 weeks post shoot. I make sure to discuss your deadline ahead of time so we keep to the turn-around time you need.