Current update for last-minute individual sessions — Last updated on 12/10/2018
Same or next day last minute appointments are available for small headshot/portrait sessions on most days. Fall is a very busy season and you will have better options if you give us lead time.
If urgent, the best way to start this is to fill out the inquiry form, with “today” or “tomorrow” option selected. You’ll receive a call from the photographer directly, after the ongoing session. The form also helps me remember you and our communication.
All sessions by appointment only. Advance payment is required to secure your appointment.
Headshots and studio portraits (studio session):
Available within a day or two if you are flexible about the starting time; can accommodate most common scheduling requests within a week. After hours and weekends also available.
Some or all of the images are finished up and delivered during the session, and you will be able to use them on the same day.
Natural light portraits
This type of work must be shot mid-day (about 11 am to 2 pm, not later) for best results, because of the quality of light. As such, your option will be less flexible.
We’ll try our best to accommodate the subject’s schedule and deadline. Please contact the studio with your photo brief and timeline.
Headshots, executive portraits and group shots for a corporation is scheduled per project, and usually on-site. Please contact the studio with your available date and turnaround requirement.
Personality portraits and other outdoor portraits in Boston Fort Point (Seaport) district:
Limited Availability in Winter
Outdoor portraits (personality portrait, spotlight portrait, etc.) are always done in the late afternoon, and we can work with only one shoot per day, at most. It is also weather-dependent, and we avoid windy, rainy and very cold days. The best time for this type of work is April through June, and then late August to October. (Guideline: “feel like” temperature between 9 °C and 27 °C, wind and wind gust below 20 km/h, precipitation chance less than 40%.) Forecast changes and is unreliable more than a day or two away; expect some frustration when coordinating with the weather, and we recommend you wait until spring unless your work schedule is so flexible that you can drop all else when good weather and availability happen together.