I teach & mentor photography: Cameras, Lightroom, Photoshop, Studio Set Up & Portfolio Development

All levels, and all cameras, welcome! I've been private tutoring since 2008, and have taught classes at University level. Consider me your mini photo school & studio; a private guide to all things photography.

 Please call me at 817.475.6668 or email me for questions & scheduling. All payment is handled by Square via email, and most major cc's accepted, cash discounts always offered.

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100 South King Street Seattle WA 98104 

I'm inside the co-working space, The Pioneer Collective on the NE corner of First and King. Please feel free to arrive thirsty; coffee, tea, and La Croix provided! You may arrive early and do not feel bad about being bit late, I always give 15 minutes of wiggle room before and after for your lesson. 

 

Single Private Lesson: 1.0 hr  $60  at my office or online

Single Private Lesson: 1.5 hr  $85  at my office or online

Set of  Pvt. Lessons:   2, 1.5 hr   $165  at my office or online

Set of Pvt. Lessons:   3, 1.5 hr   $240  at my office or online

Set of Pvt. Lessons:   4, 1.5 hr   $300  at my office or online

 

Group Lessons Duo: add $25 per lesson to above pricing

Group Lessons Trio: add $40 per lesson to above pricing

 

Group Workshops up to 15: inquire for custom quote, starts at $695

Group Workshops up to 30: inquire for custom quote, starts at $1295

Travel Fee: depends on your location, but a fee will be required if lessons need to occur outside of my office. 

 

 

MORE ABOUT LEARNING FROM ME

What makes me different:
I'm a professional photographer and a professional educator, I posses both the knowledge of the field by practicing it everyday but also teach it at a near by university. I'm available via email & text with my current students. I can give assignments and look at them before our session, to help you practice and see your progress, which you'll see after our first lesson. I also have ready to share equipment with you if you'd like to see what a different lens would look like or how strobes are set up.

My tips for you:
I recommend 1.5 hour sessions (10% off) they are the perfect amount of time to fully understand the lesson and have time for practice and questions, but they are not too much time to overwhelm the brain. It usually takes a total beginner 4 - 1.5 hour lessons to start seeing the bigger picture, pun intended. Always make sure your camera is fully charged and you've got lots of space on your memory card to play and practice. Don't stress out, have fun, I'm here for you!

My background:
I have a Master's in Digital Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, New York and a Bachelor of Fine Art degree in Photography. My specialty is in the Commercial (Portrait and Product) with a dash of experience in the Fine Arts field. My clients range from small business owners who need store front and product shots to large corporations with hundreds of employees that need head shots. I have logged over 100 hours with Wyzant, a nation wide tutoring company and double that teaching photography at the University of Texas at Arlington. 
 Click here for ratings and testimonials on my private tutoring!  I can travel all over, please call or email to schedule a PT session

 

Typical Lesson Guide
VERY BEGINNER: You do NOT need a camera for our first lesson, you can use mine, or we might even meet at a camera shop to go over all your options for purchasing. Learning about photography and renting cameras first, is an intelligent way to find out what you want in equipment before you purchase it. 

BEGINNER: We'll go over all the buttons on your camera and the foundation of how to take a well exposed image with your camera. Then we'll  advance into focusing and composition. 

INTERMEDIATE: Do you really understand depth of field? You know it doesn't just have to do with Aperture, right? Let's practice with distances and lenses. OR, let's move on to Software, Lightroom is my recommendation. Already using LR? Do you know where the Catalog file is on your computer? Do you let LR rename your files upon importing? OR, would you like to get into flash or studio strobes?

ADVANCED: Let's take your work to a new level. Perhaps you should work on a series, get prints, learn how to get published, or finesse your lighting and editing skills?

 

 

Travel fees are subject outside 98104, 98118, or  anywhere with tolls & parking fees.  

All prices are subject to change, especially depending on your specific needs and location.