Up to 20 edited digital images licensed for social media use.
Solo Artist | £175
Duo | £200
Trio/Quartet | £275
30-40 edited digital images licensed for social media & promotional use.
ONE SHOT DEAL
1 Hour | 1 Look | 10 Photos
Additional photos can be purchased for £10 each. Ideal if you need something quick and simple on a tight budget.
Starting at £90/day
ALBUM ARTWORK PHOTOGRAPHY
Starting at £200
Most of my personal work is also available for licensing
Flyer/Poster Bundle: £60
Album/EP: starting at £100
Starting at £150 // For small brands and business owners looking for new imagery for their online channels or for promotional purposes.
Note: the above prices do not include any potential expenses incurred and may vary depending on the nature and the complexity of the session/the work.
☾ How can I book a shoot with you?
The best way is to send me an email with as much information as possible: your needs, your budget, your deadline, any specific requirements… I also find it really helpful when people send me moodboards, because it instantly gives me a good idea of what they need, what they like, and whether I’m actually the right person for the job!
☾ How and when do you deliver photos?
It depends on the nature of the project: I usually deliver concert photos within 24-36 hours, and press/promo shots within a week. I deliver fully edited high and low resolution JPEGs (no RAW files) through Dropbox, Google Drive, WeTransfer, or via a private online gallery — you can let me know at any point if you have a preference.
☾ How far do you travel?
I’ll travel anywhere, provided that I have plenty of time to plan ahead and that my expenses are covered.
☾ I have no budget — will you work for free?
In short: no. However, I believe that most of us are in the same boat called “Music Industry” and my joy and purpose in life aren’t to make struggling artists struggle even more. I’m always open to discussion, and I’ll always do my best to find ways to make things work for everyone involved.
☾ What gear do you use?
I shoot on a Sony A7RII, mostly with prime lenses: 35mm 2.8, 50mm 1.8, and 85mm 1.8. For a long time, my main camera was a Pentax K-3 which I still own and occasionally use — I don’t think I could ever get part with it! I also own small studio kit with a backdrop and a couple of lights.