There are honestly SO many different names for a branding shoot... Some people call it a social media shoot, a headshot session, lifestyle / brand photography, etc.

For me, a branding session encompasses everything from "stock" style photos to promote your products or services, headshots, casual candids to promote you and your work, studio/location tours, and everything in between. 

I charge an hourly rate for branding photography and only take on a limited number of clients per year, since most of my clients repeat their sessions seasonally!

WHAT'S a branding session?


This hourly rate includes an online gallery of edited hi-res images that you can print / share however you'd like to promote your brand and business.

You can expect approximately 70-80 edited photos for 1 hour of branding photography. 

Most of my branding clients begin with 1 hour of coverage and are able to put their first collection to use over a 3-month period. Using the collection to measure what's working and what you need more of will help you to book your next session, which will likely be 2 hours.


320 MINI

Looking for an updated headshot and some quick branding photos for a website, but nothing more? My mini branding session might be the perfect fit.

This is ideal for an opening event, a business-related announcement, documenting a business milestone or celebrating an achievement.

In this 20 minute session you'll be staying in one outfit while we create a mini collection of 15-20 edited photos in an online gallery.

On top of being a photographer, I'm also a business coach, speaker, and podcast host!

I had an amazing time building my photography business beyond my wildest dreams over the last 9+ years, and now I help other business owners do the same!

I have so many resources to help you grow, scale, and market your business. And what's more -- you can add a coaching session (or two! or three!) to your branding photography package, for insight on how to maximize the photo collection once it's in your hands!

How's that for full-service?