Welcome to our 2021 outdoor Spring & Fall mini sessions. These are promotional events that we schedule at selected locations around Northern Virginia, DC, and parts of Maryland.
Spring mini sessions are offered from mid-March to end of June.
Fall mini sessions are offered from mid-September to end of November.
If you are planning a milestone event such as mitzvahs, quinceañeras, graduations, corporate gala, grand opening at your location, please contact us for our availability and booking rates.
Mini Session booking, payment, and gallery delivery.
To schedule one of our mini sessions, please check the session locations listed below and select the best time slot. Calendar gets updated two weeks at a time! You can also use this calendar to cancel or reschedule your session. You will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours with a payment link along with session details. Payment is due within 48 hours to complete booking. Kindly note that refunds will not be available after 72 hours of making a payment since our team will have to get scheduled. But we will work towards rescheduling your session in the event of an emergency. Gallery will include standard editing. All mini session galleries will include up to 25 images for downloading and additional images can be purchased directly from the gallery. Mini session galleries will be delivered by email within 7 business days.
Glenview Mansion is a historic home and surrounding property located at Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland. We photograph outdoors in the garden and in front of the mansion.
The Stone House, Manassas National Battlefield Park, is a two-story, stone structure in Prince William County, Virginia. Location is at the intersection of Rt. 28 & Rt. 29.
Green Spring Gardens is a must-visit park with a wooded stream valley, ponds, a naturalistic native plant garden, more than 20 thematic demonstration gardens that make perfect backdrops.
Glen Echo Park is an arts and cultural center located in Glen Echo in its former incarnation, was a popular Washington, D.C.-area amusement park that operated for several decades.
George Washington once owned property and surveyed his “woods”. It also was once the private home of Mae Hickman, who served for over 50 years as a wildlife rehabilitator.