how many pictures do i get in a headshot session?

Within three business days after a session, you'll have access to an online gallery with usually around 10-15 fantastic shots of you. From those, choose up to three for additional professional retouching; you'll have those within an additional three business days.

How do I book a headshot session with you?

Simply click "Book a Session" above. Choose a date and time, put down a small deposit to reserve your slot, and be on the lookout for an email from me (usually within a day) with some additional information on getting the best out of your shoot.


how do i book a fine-art Portrait session with you?

Click on "Book a Session" above. Have questions? Click on "Book a Free Consultation." We can discuss your vision over Zoom, free of charge and with absolutely no obligation.

How long does a typical session last?

A headshot session in my Arlington home-studio is one hour.

A fine-art portrait session is up to two hours, not including the consultation and collaboration phases, which may occur separately.


How long does it take to receive the final edited photos?

Under normal circumstances, my editing process typically takes about one week, but I can get your images to you quicker on a case-by-case basis.

What happens if the weather is unfavorable on the day of an outdoor shoot?

If the weather doesn't cooperate on the day of an outdoor shoot, we can discuss alternatives such as rescheduling the session or finding an indoor location. We want to ensure the best possible outcome for your photos, and we're flexible in adapting to unforeseen circumstances.



Yes. While my work is often done in my home-studio, I also do location shoots. Please "Get in Touch" so we can discuss details. There may be an additional charge.

tell me more about this "home-studio?"

My home-studio is very conveniently located in south Arlington, near Reagan National Airport and I-395. I have parking and an on-site bathroom exclusively for your use. If you bring a friend. they will sit in the "big red chair" close by.