COVID-19 UPDATE | June 17, 2020
Updated June 17, 2020
As some of you already know, I’m no stranger to risky situations.
As a former newspaper photographer, I tend to opt for the best angles over my own safety. I climb over fences, onto rooftops, and will even hang off the side of a boat or ferris wheel for the best angle.
COVID-19 is the first situation that has ever stopped me. I’ve had to put my camera away, and say no to people for the first time. It sucks, and as my husband continues to head to work with a mask on every day, I count my blessings that we are all still healthy.
For those of you still working outside the home, thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!! (and be safe)
So What’s Happening Now?
We’re in Phase Two and should be in Phase Three soon so I am outside photographing portraits and hope to start photographing indoor events very soon!
What We’re Doing | Keeping Everyone Healthy
- To maintain the health & safety of myself and my assistants, we are rescheduling any sessions with anyone that has had a fever or illness within the home within 14 days of their session.
- For indoor sessions, I will be wearing a mask until Phase 3 begins.
- Office appointments are disinfected after every visit
- Virtual appointments are available for consultations & ordering sessions through Phase Two
And I have a few very special offers still going on – check them out and please share them with anyone you think might be interested:
$99 High School Senior Portraits
1-2 hour session in Hampton Roads
All Digital Files w/ full rights to print & copy
20 min. session
Option to purchase prints & digital files