In the Studio – Saturday, February 20, 2021!

I recently picked up keys to a fantastic shared studio space in downtown Bloomington, and to say I am excited is an understatement! I am thrilled to be a part of the Untitled Light family and look forward to not only the consistency of a reliable workspace, but to the inspiration that comes from working in a creative community. I cannot wait to get started!

To properly warm-up the space, I’m be hosting my first in-studio portrait day on Saturday, February 20, from 10-4 pm. Info and booking details are below. If you want to stay in the loop for future offers, consider joining my mailing list! (I promise I won’t bombard you.)

Please see my COVID-19 page to learn about additional steps I am taking to keep everyone safe.

“There are plenty of people who take good pictures, but Sarah’s seriously got the touch. She is a conduit for emotion and can translate the feeling of a moment into a photograph, capturing a living situation in a way that speaks to people. Her photos have depth and emotion. It’s more than just an image; it’s a gift.”

Holly Hooper

60 Minute Portrait/Headshot Session

This is a standard 60 minute photo shoot. Limit is two outfits, but feel free to bring jackets, hats, scarves, jewelry, or other details that can be quickly added for visual variety.

Personal Branding Session

Personal brand photography is a fantastic blend of portrait, documentary, and lifestyle that captures not just you, but your passions, purpose, and story. It’s a bit more involved, but the goal is to get a variety of images that can be used on your website, social media, blogs, emails, album covers, etc.

30 Minute Portrait/Headshot Session

Thirty minutes is never quite enough, but I keep this option available for those on a tight budget. Since time is so short, there is a one outfit limit and you’ll definitely want to come with hair and makeup ready!

“Sarah’s work is true to life without taking the beauty out of it. Some photographers go for straight realism and some go so far in the opposite direction that the images don’t look real. Sarah has an eye for that perfect middle. Real life, beautifully.”

Amber McCoy
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