You’re just brimming with questions, aren’t you?  No worries! You may just find your answer in my amazing FAQ.

“How do I book my shoot?”
Contact me. I won’t know you’re interested if you don’t tell me! From there, I’ll send you my own questionnaire to get to know you and your pet so that I can fully customize your session. We’ll choose a date and location(s) that work the best for the both of us along with some backup dates (because you know nothing ever goes quite as planned with animals).

“How does the booking process work?”
Once we decide on dates and locations, I’ll send you my contract. After you sign it and return the contract to me, I’ll e-mail you an invoice for the session fee. When the balance has been paid, you’ll receive the session pamphlet of awesomeness – my secret guide that will help you rock your session (including wardrobe tips, how to prepare for the session, what to bring, and inspiration)! There’s no such thing as too much correspondence – if you ever have any questions, concerns, or ideas for your shoot, let me know!

Warming up before the 30th annual Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo in 2014.

Warming up before the 30th annual Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo in 2014.

“I just want pictures of my pet,
I don’t want to be in front of the camera.”

I understand, we’re all apprehensive about being photographed. I’m one of those that’s always making the most awkward faces when a camera is aimed at me – my students have plenty of proof. Our animals are the reason why we want these photos in the first place, right?

Part of my signature shooting style involves the bond of human and animal. You are a major influence in their life. Why not show it off? If you end up not liking the photos that I take of you after the session, no worries! No one has to ever see them again. I love being able to give my clients the option of seeing what their bond looks like.