New Protocols for Covid-19
There are new restrictions and safety measures in place for how I will be running my business due to covid-19.  I want you all to know first and foremost that I am taking this pandemic seriously not just as a professional but in my personal life as well.  My husband and I have been staying at home and only coming into contact with others for essential reasons such as doctors visits and going to the grocery store.

We are expecting our first child in November and due to the unknown risks in pregnancy I am being extremely careful!

One thing I have done to ensure your safety as well as my own is to purchase a lens that allows me to take portraits from a far distance.  Here you can see a test shot of my husband standing 25 feet away:​​​​​​​
Things are subject to change but as of now this is what I am putting in place to minimize risk and keep everyone safe as well as comply with state requirements. 

-I am booking only one photography/videography session per week.
-All sessions must be conducted outdoors in an open area with few or no people around.
-We must maintain a distance of at least 10 feet apart at all times.
-I will be wearing a mask. 
-We both agree to reschedule if anyone has symptoms or if anyone has knowingly come into contact with someone who has covid-19 or is sick and experiencing symptoms.
-We will have a quick phone call the day before the session to touch base. 
-We will agree on a safe word or phrase that we can both freely say if one of us forgets to keep a 10 foot distance.  That way nobody feels rude asking the other person to back away!
-Videography will not feature any kind of voiceover as I simply can't get close enough to record a person's voice well.  

I will be updating this page as new information comes to light.  
If you have any concerns that were not addressed here please let me know.  And feel free to book a call with me or email me if you simply want to chat about how we can both feel safe during a photo session.  

Thank you very much and I hope you all are staying safe!
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