Mini sessions are a great way to update your photos without having to commit to a full session. These quick and affordeable sessions can be used for individuals, couples, families, children and even pets. This year 10% of proceeds from each package will be donated to the Downingtown East Chapter of Best Buddies.
Choose from two beautiful locations:
• Marsh Creek State Park on Saturday October 14th
• Everhart Park in West Chester on Sunday October 15th
Sessions are scheduled in the late afternoon. Choose the date/session that works best for you.
The package includes:
• 20 minute session
• 10 artistically edited images to choose from
• One 11x14 print
• Two 8x10 prints
• Cost is $200
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early so that you are prepared to begin at the start time of your session.
Sessions are non-refundable, however, in the event of rain, your session will be refunded or can be credited toward a future session.
After booking, you will receive a contract via email. This must be filled out before the day of your session. I will also be contacting you to find out the dynamic of your family and if there are any special needs.
Each 20 minute time slot is designed for couples, singles, pets on a leash or individual families up to five people. If you have a larger family, please book two consecutive time slots/packages, to ensure we have the time needed to capture everyone.
Sessions will fill up fast, so please don’t wait!
You artistically edited images will be ready to select in three weeks from the session date.
Additional products and digitals are available for purchase directly from the online gallery.
To book your session, please fill out the form below.
Best Buddies is the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the social, physical and economic isolation of the 200 million people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The community that the Best Buddies serves includes, but is not limited to, people with Down Syndrome, Autism, Fragile X, Williams Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Traumatic Brain Injury and other undiagnosed disabilities. With Best Buddies, these amazing young adults are able to form meaningful friendships with peers, secure successful jobs, live independently, improve public speaking, self-advocacy and communication skills and feel valued by society.
I was not aware of this awesome group until about 3 years ago, when my daughter became involved in high school. Today, although she has graduated, she still communicates and spends time with some of the kids she was paired with. I encourage you to read more about the Best Buddies. If you feel inclined, you can also donate to this great nonprofit.