Frequently asked questions about photo sessions, planning, and rates.
Where are you located and where do you shoot?
I am based out of Pittsfield, MA and can travel to anywhere in New England. As most of my shoots are in abandoned buildings, traveling to locations is common.
What are your rates for shoots?
Rates vary depending on the complexity of the shoot and other factors such as travel cost and amount of planning required. To get a quote for a photo session, simply contact me through the contact page and provide me with details of your desired shoot.
Are all of the photo shoots nude shoots?
No, I shoot whatever people are comfortable shooting. If you're hiring us for a shoot, the theme and styling of the shoot is completely up to you.
Can I bring a friend to the shoot?
Of course! Just inform me ahead of time for proper planning.
What is the typical amount of time it takes to process, edit, and send out photos?
After each photo shoot, I like to get at least one photo edited and sent out to the client within a day. After that, photos are completed and sent out within two weeks, usually much sooner.
Do I own the rights to the photos?
No. With any photo shoot, the photographer retains the copyrights and rights to reproduction. This means that anyone receiving photos cannot make prints or sell the photos.

However, the client will receive a non-commercial license with the photos. This gives people the right to upload their photos to anywhere they choose to display them online, so long as they are not being sold.

Can I edit my photos?
No, clients may not edit the photos in any way other than to crop them for profile photos or uploading to social media sites such as Instagram.
When is payment due for photo shoots?
Payment for photo shoots is due at the time of the photo shoot before the shoot begins.
What should I bring to a shoot?
Any clients modeling for nude, boudoir, or lingerie shoots must be over the age of 18 and bring with them a legal photo ID.

Aside from outfits you plan to shoot in, it's also a good idea to bring a decent pair of boots or sneakers for getting around locations.