WHAT I DO

I’m here to allow you to maintain creative control, while focusing your time on the things that matter most.

it can be so challenging to manage both business and life. There are days that just feel so overwhelming, you’re not sure how you’ll ever get your head above water.

You may be walking into yet another wedding season, questioning how you’ll function without help.

Outsourcing your photo editing is meant to give you the gift of time. It’s structured to provide value in your business. Time to manage all of the other areas of your business that bring in profits. Time to learn a new skill. Time to improve your client experience. Time to spend with family, friends, and on yourself.

 
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 SERVICES

Every photographer has various needs throughout their business and editing journey.

My goal is to meet you where you are, and help you to make the most of your time.

 
 
 

Photo Editing


Outsourcing Photo Editing is a favored way for photographers to free up their time. I provide a boutique editing service that goes beyond outsourcing. My clients appreciate more time, more sessions, and increased profits.

 

Editing Style


Desperately looking for a style that feels “right?” I help guide you through a process to find a style that fits you and your ideal couple. I help photographers develop a style that evolves with them.

 
 

Portfolio Review


I’ve edited 500+ weddings in my career, and I’m happy to provide an extra set of eyes and direct you to the areas that you can work on next. Your portfolio should show off your best work with a polished look and consistency.

 

Lightroom Workflow


Did you know your Lightroom workflow may be costing you consistency, time, and money? Eliminate technical hangups and headaches by fully understanding this complex editing program.

 
 
 

Think we’d be a good fit?

Download my complete services guide for more detailed information.

 

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