COVID UPDATE | Dec. 21, 2020
Updated December 21, 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 had to put my camera away from March to May but I count my blessings that we have managed to stay safe & healthy so far.
So What’s Happening Now?
With the recent spike in Hampton Roads and restrictions on gatherings over 10 people, I have decided to pretty much stay at home until after the New Year. I have a few spring sessions & weddings already scheduled so I’m hopeful the vaccine will improve things but to be on the safe side, I am not scheduling any NEW sessions until after March 15 and they will be limited to outdoor sessions for now.
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.
- Office appointments are disinfected after every visit and masks are strongly encouraged
- Virtual appointments are available for consultations & ordering sessions for those uncomfortable with meeting indoors
I do have a few special offers for the spring – check them out and let me know if you are interested:
50% OFF High School Senior Portraits
1-2 hour session in Hampton Roads
All Digital Files w/ full rights to print & copy
30 min. session
5 x 7 Print
Option to purchase prints & digital files