Your portrait session includes a Virtual Reveal Session which most clients tell me this is their favorite part of the creative process. This is the time you will see the artwork created during your session and decide how to display it in your home. I will digitally show you how your favorite images will look on your own walls and we will create custom wall art specifically for your home.
Seeing is believing and you'll be able to invest with confidence after seeing a variety of your favorite images on your own walls during our Virtual Reveal Session!
Think of it like trying on clothes! You walk into the dressing room with 15 options and come out with 4 new outfits that you know are the best ones for you!
I'll go over investment options and packages with you and help you find the best way to bring home the artwork you love and cannot live without, while at the same time ensuring you accomplish all of your goals we discussed in the pre-session consultation!
An amount that allows them to decorate 1-3 walls with custom artwork. There is no minimum investment requirement and you only purchase the images you absolutely love. During your Portrait Reveal Session we'll decide how to best display your images in your home and I'll go over the investment options for those collections. Generally, wall art collections begin around $400.
Custom Wall Art Pieces
Gift Print Collections
Archival Digital Images
Usually $175 for a studio or location session. This includes a everything to make your session a success including a Pre-Session Consultation, your Custom Portrait Session, and the Portrait Reveal of your edited images. Your sitting fee could be slightly different if you have a lot of people or pets in your portraits or would like a location outside of San Diego. The best way to get an accurate quote is to Contact Me.
The next step is to contact me! I'll do my best to quickly reply by email and we can set up a time to chat about your session goals! I can't wait to hear what you're dreaming up!
Let me ask you, what will bring you more effortless and automatic DAILY joy?
A beautifully framed portrait hanging in your living room?
Or a jump drive stashed away in a drawer?
My mom told me it was rude to discuss money, but let's go ahead and do that. Some people's eyes get large at the cost of a wall portrait. I get that. They can be pricey but let's put this in perspective. You spend $400 a month, every month for 5 years on your car payments and when the time comes to get a new car, you don't even care about the old one! You trade it in and never look back. Yes, you use the car to get to and from work and run errands, and it's a necessity. Your wall portraits will be utilized in a different way. They will be used to create happiness in your home, and you really can't put a price on the value of happiness.
Wall portraits could feel like a big investment right now, but in 5 years you will love them, in 10 years you will cherish them, in 20 years they will still be bringing you joy. Their value to you will only increase the longer you have them.
I'm so glad I was able to make you smile for your portrait session, and I'd love to continue to make you smile every time you look above your fireplace!
I love my wall portraits because on my best of days I can see them and smile, and on my worst of days, they are still there. My wall portraits serve as a constant reminder to me and my family as our best memories and the love between us. They remind us of our puppers from the past and our current dog who likes to wake me up every single day at 4:00 am. But how can I be mad at her for waking me up so early when the FIRST thing I see when I walk downstairs is a wall portrait of her adorable smiling face hanging on our wall! Her wall portrait is my constant reminder of the love we have for her and might be the only reason I haven't taken drastic action against this daily 4 am wake up. Transversely the images that I have on hard drives and on jump drives in the drawer are important and I love them, but I have to take action to see them. I have to sit at the computer, open the drawer, plug in the hard drive, open the file, and view the images. I don't think I've ever thought, "Man, I'm having a bad day, let me go pull out a jump drive and look at some old photos." My wall portraits are always there. Always bringing me joy, day in and day out.