Q: Why should we hire you?
A: My work is emotionally rich and naturally beautiful. It serves as a visual memory of who you are and the emotions you feel during this time of your life. It's not posed nor forced. If you look at the photos in my portfolio and you feel an instant connection with these subject, that means this is for you!
Q: What do you like the most about your job?
A: Capturing small moments and uneventful days, getting to know the people I photograph in their daily life for who they truly are.
Q: Can we do the photo session at our home?
A: Yes, that's my preferred location! You'll feel more comfortable there and that allows me to capture your environment as part of your story.
Q: What if I don't look good, as the photos are not posed?
A: I look for flattering angles, even if the photos aren't posed. You'll see that the emotions recorded in your photos are so powerful that you won't notice anything else.
Q: Should we wear matching clothes?
A: Not at all. We are telling your story so dress as you feel most comfortable, wear clothes that make you feel good and that you wear every day.
Q: What if my baby is not ready, or is fussy, or hungry when the time of the shoot comes?
A: We'll work together to help your baby calm down. There is no rush in my baby/family photo sessions. I encourage a stress-free environment as I record the scene (your life) as it develops in front of the camera. I work in hospitals, photographing 1-day-old babies and their families; there's nothing more beautiful and natural than a baby that learns how to live and his/her parents with him/her - and that includes every aspects of it.
Q: How about working with children? What if they don't want to cooperate?
A: It often happens that parents are concerned that their kids will not cooperate during the shoot. With the approach I take, all that kind of stress doesn't exist. Kids are in their natural environment, they play, they are themselves as if I wasn't there. And parents end up enjoying that time as any other day with their kids.
Q: What advise do you have for customers looking to hire you as a photographer?
A: To open themselves and their home up to me and tell me who they are, what's important to them, what they like, how they live, what's their daily routine and what makes them feel good. That helps me understand them better while I shoot, puts everyone at ease, and creates real moments to photograph.