Spring is just around the corner and so are two weekends that we have set aside for special petite custom sessions. And rumor has it that there will be some soft, furry bunnies at these sessions!
Saturday, March 25th: FULL
Saturday, April 1st: 1 session available at 3:30pm
sessions will be held 3:00-6:30pm at an outdoor Knoxville location
$50 for a 30-minute custom session
($75 session fee for two or more children, 45-minute session)
Your session includes:
Images of your children individually and as a group
20-35 minutes of photography time creating custom images
10 minutes of photography time with the live bunnies
Gallery Reveal + Ordering appointment within a few days of your session
Complimentary digital image of your child + bunnies (when you order any Spring Collection)
How to schedule:
Fill out the form at the bottom of this page and hit "submit" to send it to me. I will contact you via phone to schedule you on the calendar. Your session fee of $50 (or $75) is due to confirm your session and can be paid with credit card or paypal via the invoice I will send you.
***Also, it is important to me that my clients and audience know about "our" bunnies. The bunnies belong to a friend, Amy Terry of Whispering Pines Farm, who raises pure-bred mini lops. Together, she and I team up to provide a fun, friendly (for both children and bunnies) and cute photo session opportunity. The bunnies are handled by their owner, who assists me with the animals during the session. Children are allowed to pet them and sit near them. Bunnies can even sit in your child's Easter basket if you wish. For the safety of the animals and the children alike, bunnies will be handled only by Amy or by our trained staff and will not be directly held by children. It is of utmost importance to me that the bunnies are treated kindly by the children and that children are kept safe from the possibility of scratches, nibbles or other things that may happen when holding small animals. Thank you for respecting this policy. Your child's safety and the animal safety is of utmost importance when I plan these sessions.