My goal is to provide you images that meet your needs. If you're not completely happy with the results, neither am I. So my guarantee is total satisfaction. If I don't deliver the images that you had in mind, I'll return until you get what you need.

I want to work together with you to schedule your shoot at a time that works best for you. Of course the Pacific Northwest weather doesn't always cooperate. I am open to rescheduling when needed. So please let me know within 24 hours of our appointment and I'm sure we'll be able to find a new time that works.

In order to accommodate the various types of jobs and the amount of time required to complete them, I have set up the following pricing structure.
Real Estate Listings (2 Year License) & Rental Properties (3 Year License)
Still & Aerial Photos: $18 per Image
Typical real estate & rental property shoots take between 2 to 4 hours with a delivery of 15 to 25 shots. My price for this service is $18 per image for a 2 year license. The images and invoice will be delivered digitally within 48 hours, usually much faster.
Architectural, Builder and Designer Shoots
Commercial jobs require additional time to capture the highest quality image possible. Often requiring significant lighting and scene prep and post production work. Since each job is unique, I quote them individually based on your needs and the amount of time require to meet them. Please contact me to discuss your job in more detail.
Okay, they say gear doesn't matter. And for the most part I totally agree. One of my favorite quotes about gear is from Ansel Adams.
“The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it.”
But I fall into the group of photographers who consider photography an artistic craft practiced using tools. And those tools include cameras and lenses and such. So for me I search out gear that gets out of my way and lets me create the images that I see. If a piece of my gear doesn't make a strong contribution to what I want to shoot it won't get much use and will soon be replaced. The less I notice a piece of equipment the better I like it.
Unfortunately this means that every photographer will have a different "ideal" equipment list. But since I often get asked what kind of camera or lens I'm using I thought I would maintain list of my "current" gear. As I have 4 or so distinct type of jobs, I'll break my gear list into the following categories.

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