In a hurry? Me too! On the fourth Sunday of each month, I offer Express Portrait mini sessions. Let’s get you in and out in 20 minutes, with 1 photo, and 0 fuss. Perfect for those in need of a Linked-In portrait, business card headshot, or something on the quick yet creative side.
I offer monthly mini sessions for those of you who just aren’t ready to commit to a full custom session. 20 minutes, same day image proofing, no muss, no fuss. I believe in offering you a full service, but not everyone needs the whole chimichanga. Sound like you?
20 minutes, or less, in my studio located in Fort Myers. You book your session online, show up, look fabulous, and get on with your day.
Good photography ain’t cheap and cheap photography ain’t good…but this option is my most wallet concious session type!
The only limit on what kind of photo you can acheive in this mini session is the time! Whatever you have in mind, so long as it can be accomplished within 20 minutes, is allowed.
Need more than 1 photo? Of course you do! You can buy extras, silly. If we use the time well, we can create several photos for you to choose from.
Schedule a Phone Call
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Headshots Made Simple – But Never Basic
Custom portrait sessions are the best way to get exactly what you need for your business or brand. Mini sessions are the best way to get a great photo without all the tailoring and personalization. That’s why I offer both options – so you can pick which is right for you.
How it Works
You pick the time that works for you! These sessions are limited to ONLY to the fourth Sunday of each month. You’ll get an email with instructions and details on how pay your session fee, sign your contract, and prepare for your session.
Within 24 hours, you’ll receive your proofing gallery. Choose your favorite image (or images) and I’ll finalize any editing by the end of that day.
Session FeeDue at time of booking
- 20 minutes in my studio
- 1 digital image of your choice
- Proofing gallery within 24 hours
- General styling guide