Planning & Preparation

You’ve looked through my site and would like to know more about working with me – wonderful! Drop me a note via the Contact Form and I’ll call you back to discuss how you would like to be photographed. Please give me as much information as you can about what you are hoping for in your photo session. If after our initial conversation you decide to go ahead, we’ll then set a time for your Consultation.

The Consultation usually takes place in-person at my studio, or I can meet you somewhere else. This is the time for us to discuss how you would like to be photographed and how you would like your portraits displayed. We will go over all the details such as outfits, hair and makeup, location, final artworks as well as your overall vision for your session. Good preparation is crucial as it helps me to ensure that we get the most beautiful portraits of you.

The Consultation answers all of your questions and helps me to get to know you. I’ll go over any questions or concerns you have, then if you want to move forward we’ll set a date for your photo session. Once you have decided on your ideal session I’ll ask you to sign a contract and send me your session fee of CHF200.

Begin designing your dream photoshoot

After the Consultation we both have some preparation to do. Nothing about your shoot is left to chance. I carefully plan and design your session to meet your end goal, from the outfits and poses through to the backdrops and lighting. 

You’ll also need to prepare for your photo shoot. I will send you my helpful What to Wear Guide to help you plan your outfits and a timeline for how to prepare before your shoot. If you like you can get the What to Wear Guide now. Simply enter your email address below and it will be winging its way to your inbox!

Start thinking about how you would like to display your photos

It is also a great chance for you to see all of my products, from luxury handmade folio boxes, beautiful fine art prints and photo books to contemporary acrylic panels. You’ll love what I have to offer and seeing it all ‘in person’ will give you some ideas for how to display and enjoy your own photos.