Pricing

In order to establish realistic rates for your project, we'll need to take into account many factors about your business/industry while ensuring fees reflect the talent and value we bring to the table – in terms of helping you make more money.

Flexibility

We understand that every project is unique in its needs and scope and we offer flexible pricing that can fit into any budget – whether it's a local shoot or a multi-day international production, we can make it happen.

Small Production
*Still Production Assets
*Unlimited Licensing
Large Production
*Still/Motion Production Assets
*Unlimited Licensing
Advanced Equipment
More Crew & Resources
Lower Cost-Per-Asset
*Every client and project regardless of size or budget
gets production ready assets with unlimited licensing for their marketing and advertising needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What sets a “commercial photographer” apart from other photographers?

Experience.

Commercial photography, as with any specialty, requires its own unique set of skills, abilities and experience. From balancing light to working with perspective it takes years of training and practice to perfect all the nuances of commercial photography.

Can I share the cost of a photoshoot with my partners?

Yes.

If your project is a collaboration between multiple companies, you can split the hard costs of a production and pay usage/licensing fees just for the specific needs of your company. 

This is a great way to divide expenses and get the highest photography production for a fraction of the price.

Let me know if you'd like to discuss Cost Sharing.

Can you do aerial/drone projects? Are you licensed and insured?

Yes and yes.

I am licensed with the FAA, follow all airspace regulations, and carry full liability coverage for all commercial drone flights.

I also have experience with traditional helicopter-aerial projects for more specialized imagery.

How do I know I'm getting what I want/need? Can I be involved in the creative process?

Yes, you're the producer, I'm the director.

You (or your coordinator) can be involved in each stage of the process, from pre-production to the photoshoot and into post-production. During the actual shooting/filming, media can be shown on a monitor in real time so we all know we’re going in the right direction.

How do you and your team work? What is the process?

One step at a time.

I have a simple 4 stage process, starting right here, based on the details you provide. (1) I’ll create an estimate tailored to your specific needs. (2) We schedule a pre-production meeting and arrange a location scout. (3) Take great photos, shoot awesome videos, and have some fun. Lastly, (4) Select final images/videos, retouch until perfect, and format for your specific use.

This entire process can be achieved in as little as 7 days or up to several weeks, depending on the size and scope of the project.

How long does it take to get my photos/videos?

10 days, generally.

Your photos and videos are typically delivered within 10 business days of the last shoot day. This process can be expedited upon request.

Note: More dynamic projects where post-production involves many decisions can take more time to deliver.

How many photos will I get?

As many as you want.

There are many factors that go into a shot count but I generally create 8-12 photographs per day of shooting. This yield depends heavily on the size and complexity of the project considering the styling, staging, lighting, models, permits/access, and other logistical needs.

When in doubt: Plan out your media needs ahead of time and we will ensure the most important shots are prioritized.

I don't have a big budget, can I still get "big-budget" media? How is the pricing calculated?

Yes.

Smaller businesses pay less. Larger businesses pay more.

The scope of use is a major contributing factor in how creative work is priced; a small startup will have less reach than a global corporation and thus pays less to license the same work.

I price projects based on the creative and production needs, in combination with the specific use of the imagery.

If you have concerns about budgeting, contact me and we'll discuss possibilities.

I don't understand, what makes commercial photography different from just hiring a photographer for a day?

Quality.

While my aim is to make every final photograph look simple, natural, and effortless — that’s rarely the fact.

A well executed photograph involves balancing many factors such as composition, lighting, styling, blending and retouching, it’s a lot of problem solving that comes with experience.

I have a general idea of what I'd like, but want to leave the creative work to the professionals, is that ok?

Yes.

While we always encourage your involvement, we are professionals and with a well thought out and detailed plan we can be left to do what we always do best.

I have never hired a photographer before, where do I start?

Plan ahead.

Before inquiring, you should have a good idea of (a) how soon will you need the project done (b) whereabouts will the work take place and (c) what are some examples of what you want to achieve.

For the more detail oriented, feel free to review the AIA Best Practices Guide.

Once you have a good idea of what your project might look like, give me a call at or shoot me an email to continue the planning process.

My business has a "brand/look" that we want to maintain, can your content match what we already have?

Yes.

I can take directive from examples of either (a) your current brand/look or (b) the brand/look you would like to emulate.

What services do you provide? Can you service ongoing/recurring clients?

I make photos and videos. Yes.

I mainly work with resort and hospitality industries which includes creating photography and media of architecture spaces, food and beverage, product and retail, lifestyle and editorial and skilled drone/aerial coverage.

I also provide advertising and social media content to help support marketing teams and small businesses on an ongoing basis.

Where are you located? Can you come to me?

Las Vegas. Yes.

While I mainly serve resort and hospitality clients in Las Vegas, I accept projects from around the world across a variety of styles including architecture, lifestyle, product, food and construction projects.