Includes All Photo Sessions, Custom Framing & Products


Combine up to two pets or people together in your photo session


WHAT WORKS FOR YOU, WORKS FOR US. Flexible photo options: AM and PM hours available to capture you or your business in the best light; a wide range of studio lighting effects possible for traditional, fashion, and artistic styles and needs; instant viewing of photos as they're captured during studio sessions; receive high resolution images for personal printing, or select our professional prints and custom framing to look your finest; numerous headshot backgrounds to select from for social media branding or employment opportunities. Contact us to explore your creative solutions.

Headshots • STUDIO


• 15 Minutes in Studio
• 3 edited High-Res JPGS for Print/Web
• Print Release for non-Commercial Use
• Choice of Background Color
• Posing and Styling Coaching
• Hair & Makeup Artist Available @ additional cost

STUDIO • Mini-Session


• Up to 30 Minutes in Studio
• 5 edited High-Res JPGS for Social Media sharing
• 1 qty 8 x 10 Print
• Choice of Background Color
• Posing and Styling Coaching
• Hair & Makeup Artist Available @ additional cost

studio sessions


• Up to 1 hr in Studio
• 15 qty High-Res JPGS for Social Media sharing
• 1 qty 11 x 14 Print
• Choice of Background Color
• Posing and Styling Coaching
• Hair & Makeup Artist Available @ additional cost

Pup to Dog • Kitten to Cat

$750 • 3 stages of growth

• Three Photo Sessions
in First Year of Your Pet’s Life
• 3 qty total 11 x 14 Prints
• Capture Their Change for Future Memories
They’re Only Young Once!


$150/hour min of 2 hours

• edited High Res JPGS for Social Media sharing
• Basic Exposure and Color Correction
• Print Release for non-Commercial Use
• Does Not Include Wedding Photography
• Travel Fee for Sessions Outside of San Diego Proper


Cherished memories to fine art

• Protect your art with conservation framing
• We help you find the right frame for the right price
• Custom shadow boxes for treasured keepsakes
• We’ve framed it all: museum exhibitions, violins, human ashes, and toilet papers from around the world!


Do you photograph on location?

Absolutely. Currently, I’m enjoying the creative lighting opportunities available in our new studio for pet and people portraiture. However, my primary background is as a freelance location photographer capturing images in home and business settings, and special events. I look forward to working together!

Will there be a second shooter?

Typically, I shoot solo for studio sessions and most events. But, when additional assistance is needed for large events or location shoots, additional shooters are often hired.

What kind of gear do you use?

It's my belief that the photographer's vision is the primary element in creating memorable images. Nevertheless, to guarantee the finest results, I use high resolution mirrorless Canon R5 cameras and pro lenses, with a wide variety of lighting equipment.

Do I have to order prints through you?

High resolution JPGs are provided, so quality prints up to 11 x 14 can be made by clients (even larger sizes possible if software enhancement is used). The quantity of JPGs received varies with the photo sessions reserved. For highest quality, and a full range of print sizes, we can create custom enlargements and protect them with archival framing for breathtaking display.

Do you shoot weddings?

There are numerous photographers who will capture your wedding wonderfully and provide a full range of services. I prefer to have those who specialize in documenting the once-in-a-lifetime event photograph your special day. You deserve the best results possible!

Can I extend the session on the day of?

Often, there's a one or two hour cushion between photo sessions to allow for shoots that exceed scheduled time. Extended sessions are charged at $200 an hour in half-hour increments for additional time.

Ready to Begin?

Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.

— George Eastman