Photographers have just received word that we will be able to re-open in Phase Two, keeping physical distancing in place, and respecting the current group size limits.
For Durham Region, this exact date is not yet known, but other areas outside the GTA are moving into Phase Two on June 12, so we can assume we won’t be too far behind. We will be constantly re-evaluating based on current rules and regulations, and making decisions that help keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible.
I’ll be reaching out shortly to those that have deposits on file, or had previously expressed interest in scheduling a session before we had to close. If you’d like some information please fill out the contact form and I’ll be in touch within 48 hours.
Please use the contact page to request the full price list.
Family or Newborn · starting at $595
Maternity or Milestone · starting at $250
Planning & Consultation
In order to plan your session, I’ll ask you to fill out a small questionnaire with your session forms, and I’m happy to set up an in-studio appointment as well if you prefer to meet in person prior to confirming your session.
We know life can be hectic, and we want to get your finished photographs and albums into your hands as soon as possible. Ordering takes place at the studio approximately two weeks after your session (this will change with physical distancing rules still in effect).
HST will be added to all prices. Preferred methods of payment is e-transfer.
If required, credit cards can be accepted and payment plans can be arranged.
Please use the contact form to introduce yourself and I’d be happy to send along the full price list.
Why Invest in Photography?
I believe in the power of a photograph. An image can make you laugh, make you cry, help you remember, and bring people together. I love that my parents still have images up on their walls of us as babies. I’ve spent hours looking through photo albums. Noticing how my niece still gives me that furrowed brow that can be seen in her newborn images when she was just five days old. Seeing my first little ringlets in my own baby photos, and those same ringlets as they started forming at back of my son’s head after a bath or a sweaty nap. Remembering how blonde my sister’s hair was, and how much we adored our baby brother. Imagining the lives and weddings of my parents and grandparents through black and white images from their past.
The film negatives are long gone, but the prints remain. Today, digital media is changing constantly. Think about where we will be 10, 25, 50 years from now. How will you preserve these memories for future generations? Maybe through your beautifully crafted album they can hold in their hands, flipping through the pages, touching them, sharing them, loving them. Through the portraits on the walls, of babies, families, candid moments, perfectly posed, or not. Albums and walls full of imagery, full of history.
These moments are the beginning of your family legacy.