As always, your health and comfort are our highest priorities.
Policies regarding COVID-19, Updated May 2020.
Due to the 2019-2020 outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), our business is taking extra precautions with the care of every client in compliance with CDC guidance.
- Please reschedule your session if you (or any members of your household) have had ANY COVID-19 symptoms (fever, fatigue, dry cough, difficulty breathing, etc) in the 14 days prior to our session
- I am traveling for sessions and promise to monitor my own health closely. However, it is my understanding that the virus can still be transmitted with no symptoms present.
- I will reschedule our session if I have any COVID-19 symptoms and get tested as quickly as possible
- Aside from sessions and the required travel, I will stay home as much as possible to limit exposure
Interactions between Photographer + Client
- All contracts and payments are completed online prior to the session
- I use a long lens on my camera to maintain distance from my subject
- All locations are outdoors to provide ample opportunity to maintain distance
- All shoots will be under 10 people in attendance
- Please bring a parent/sibling/friend to be at the session to fix flyaways and hair during the session so touching is minimized
- It is also strongly recommended to bring a trusted horse trainer/friend/parent along to help with your horse to hold or lead them, wipe muzzles, set feet, etc.
- Masks and hand sanitizer are available when necessary and/or requested
Photo Ordering + Product Delivery
- All images are uploaded to an online gallery
- All physical products are shipped directly to clients
- As always, I maintain a flexible rescheduling policy for emergencies and sickness
Our business is following theses enhanced procedures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. By proceeding with our session, you release Kirstie Marie Photography LLC from any and all liability for unintentional exposure or harm due to COVID-19.
I will continue to monitor the latest news and recommendations of the state and the CDC and update policies accordingly.