Number one question I get from potential clients: “how much”?Number one question I get from other photographers…”how do you get all your clients to look so relaxed and like they are having fun”?People don’t visit professional photographers much anymore, so it’s my belief that if they are brave enough to do so, they should be rewarded with an experience. I’ve spent 13 years refining that philosophy, and I think that in the last couple of years, together with my amazing team of Erienne and Nicky, we have reached a point where I think that ALL our clients leave the studio not only looking amazing, but feeling like a bombshell. When we said goodbye to today’s client and sent her off for a fabulous evening with her boyfriend in her glorious 50’s dress, she was glowing! Many times I have taught classes at conventions and asked attendees to come up and photograph the models, and they just hold up their camera and start snapping away, without so much as a “hello, my name is…”. And sadly I think that is how a lot of modern photographers handle their craft. Get to know your subject, interact, goof around, have fun. If you are having a good time, they will have a good time.Good time for me to send a huge thank you for Nicky and Erienne, my amazing stylists!Portland Pin-Ups, Upgrading Selfies since 2008.

Number one question I get from potential clients: “how much”?Number one question I get from other photographers…”how do you get all your clients to look so relaxed and like they are having fun”?People don’t visit professional photographers much anymore, so it’s my belief that if they are brave enough to do so, they should be rewarded with an experience. I’ve spent 13 years refining that philosophy, and I think that in the last couple of years, together with my amazing team of Erienne and Nicky, we have reached a point where I think that ALL our clients leave the studio not only looking amazing, but feeling like a bombshell. When we said goodbye to today’s client and sent her off for a fabulous evening with her boyfriend in her glorious 50’s dress, she was glowing! Many times I have taught classes at conventions and asked attendees to come up and photograph the models, and they just hold up their camera and start snapping away, without so much as a “hello, my name is…”. And sadly I think that is how a lot of modern photographers handle their craft.  Get to know your subject, interact, goof around, have fun. If you are having a good time, they will have a good time.Good time for me to send a huge thank you for Nicky and Erienne, my amazing stylists!Portland Pin-Ups, Upgrading Selfies since 2008.

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