A word about Covid-19

Your safety is an absolute priority. I have created a list of measures to limit the risk from Covid-19 during your photoshoot. As advice changes, I will update this page and contact clients who have a session booked. If you have any questions after reading my measures, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Update 22 March 2021: I have received my first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine

In-door sessions 

  1. I will contact you the morning of your shoot to check whether you or anyone else involved in the session is displaying the following symptoms: A raised temperature of 37.8 degrees +, a recent onset of a continuous cough, loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste,

  2.  If anyone has been in contact with someone with the virus, or are displaying any symptoms, let me know, and we can reschedule the shoot, it’s no problem.

  3. I will take my temperature the morning before attending the shoot.

  4. I will thoroughly clean all my equipment before arriving.

  5. I carry hand sanitiser and will sanitise on arrival and throughout the session.

  6. I will wear a mask the whole time I’m there.

  7. I will stay a safe distance at all time (1m+) – don’t worry, that doesn’t mean you won’t get close-ups, I have camera lenses to help with that.

During this time of uncertainty, I understand people may be nervous about booking a shoot because restrictions can change quickly. I’m super flexible about rescheduling if any of your family aren’t well, restrictions change or if you are required to self-isolate.

I hope you have been reassured by the steps I take. If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.