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 Model calls! 

Hey Mama! 

Thanks so much for taking the time to apply for a model call with me!

Model calls are something that I offer when I'm looking for a specific style to try out OR when I have a new gown that I cannot wait to get in front of my lens. 

Please read through what I'm looking for before you apply

How do model calls work?

When you are selected, I will pick the location, style you in my client wardrobe , and also provide you with 5 digital images for your time.


Model calls are only done on week night evenings an hour before sunset (studio sessions are weekdays as well but are during the day)

I am looking for someone between 28-35 weeks pregnant or someone who has a bump. 

You'll need to be open and willing to have fun and go with the flow. No cranky dads or partners please ;)

All images will be placed on social media, used to advertise, and also can be used for promotional material so a model release will need to be signed. 

Model calls are required to pay a $100 retainer fee to shoot with me. This is just to make sure you show up. This is refundable after the session or you can choose to put it towards additional images. 

Please be sure that you can make it before committing. A lot of work goes into these shoots so the $100 is to cover a potential no show. 

  • Can I buy additional images when I love them?

Of course! Our images are $50 each or you can do a set of 10 images for $475​

  • Everyone who applies for a model call will receive a $50 voucher towards a regularly priced session with me even if you are not picked for the specific model call you apply for. 

  • Can I bring someone with or select my location?

No, model calls are specifically to create the vision I am looking for. If you'd like to change or have a custom session, please book a full session with me and we will create the session of your dreams! ​

Please also email me a photo of you to

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