Looking for some tasty pictures for your next event/yourself/your company?
You’ve come to the right page! I’m based out of Montréal, Quebec these days but am available for event travel. Some of the work I have done in the past includes:
* Live Music
* Engagement Shoots and Weddings
* Weekend Dance Events
* Corporate Bio/Portraits
* Magazine Editorial/Stock Photography
If it moves, bounces, or has rhythm, I can shoot it for you.
These are my standard rates for photography gigs. Please note that every situation and event is different and I reserve the right to give you a more accurate (but fair) quote.
$79 CND (+ HST)
A half-hour photo shoot. For those who need a great shot of themselves - portfolio, resume, social media, and family shots.
One Day Event
$449 CND (+ HST)
A four hour event (day or evening) of event photography. Examples are dances, engagement shoots and corporate events.
Two Day Event
$799 CND (+ HST)
Two days, maximum four hours each day (or combinations of). Possibilities include conferences, workshop weekends, engagement shoots, small weddings*.
Photo Usage Guidelines FAQ
“I run a dance organization, school, event, etc. Can I use your pictures for my website/print materials?”
If you want to use one of my pictures for commercial purposes (events, professional portfolio/website/newspaper/etc), the gist of it is, you have to pay. I work on a per image licensing agreement. I am very reasonable in terms of pricing and respond very quickly.
Give me a shout email@example.com and we’ll work something out.
Please feel free to read the copyright notice below for more information.
The Copyright Act of Canada is designed to protect photographers and other artists by granting them the exclusive right to distribute, copy, edit and publish their photography by license, transfer or sale.
The Copyright Act of Canada prohibits anyone from copying, scanning, editing or sharing photographic prints, images or media without the written permission of the photographer.
Violation of the Copyright Act may subject the infringer to both civil and criminal penalties.
Respecting the Copyright Act of Canada not only protects the rights of the photographer (c’est moi) and prevents you from being subjected to prosecution, it helps to make sure that photographic prints retain its original value as a work of art.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss any questions, comments or concerns you have about Copyright.