This little beauty turned ONE today! Happy Birthday baby girl!
Be sure to check out how to win a free Santa Session on the priscilla harris photography facebook page…
We’re getting ready for the holidays and for us that means a visit from the man in red. For the young or just young at heart, these sessions were so popular last year that I will be offering them again this year. New for this year, 3 available dates and a new location (outside of the new studio in Lenox Village).
These sessions provide the perfect ‘moment’ with Santa, allowing your child a non-rushed yet brief chat with Santa. The end result will be a few images to remember this special time in your lives.
Three afternoon sessions will be available (no morning sessions due to the sunlight at that time of day). Registration begins TODAY and is necessary to reserve your session. Call, e-mail or send a carrier pigeon:) A $45 deposit will be collected at the time of registration. Once your session is complete your images will be posted in an online gallery. After your order is placed it will be available for download with a print release and recommendations on where to print. Remember space is limited and will be assigned on a first come first served basis.
Once registered with your designated time you will be instructed to arrive at the studio at the beginning of a 15 minute window. At the studio you may choose to wait inside or around the corner if your visit is a surprise. You will be escorted to Santa to keep distractions at a minimum.
Three packages will be offered:
(A) $45 for 1 digital images
(B) $75 for 3 digital images
(C) $100 for all digital images
…additional files may be purchased for $20 each.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615-498-3880 to register or get more information.
Want to win a free Santa Session? Check out priscilla harris photography on facebook for details!
Fall is officially here! Call and get on my calendar if you haven’t already…
Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads out there! Remember how you feel today and go back to that place when your son puts a rock in his nose –again, or your daughter cuts her own hair, or your son draws a mustache on you while you are napping. And I may or may not be speaking from personal experience.