Hello friends! What a crazy experience all of this has been! First let me apologize. I know that some of you may be seeing this for a third time. I thought it might actually be best to have this information posted on my website for anyone who might be new to AHP!
In general, I have always been someone who is very conscious of the spread of germs and the need for clean hands. My youngest was born in the middle of flu & RSV season and I was so worried! That year I bought a bottle of hand sanitizer for every door in my car to try to minimize the germs brought in from her big brothers, grocery trips, school, etc. (A tad crazy, right?) I was bound and determined to make sure my family stayed healthy. Guess what? We all stayed healthy, even if we were a little over-cautious. As a Dallas photographer that specializes in the tiniest clients, my promise to you is that I will do everything in my power to keep your family safe! I will be taking that same over-cautious approach to my business.
Dallas Photographer- Studio Updates
When I say that I have always been very careful about your health and your newborn’s health, I really do mean it. Some of the things on the chart below have always been done, while others are updated policies as a direct result of Covid-19. For example, I purchased a medical grade air purifier with HEPA filter, NICU/Hospital approved cleaning agent, and a UV light for the studio. The combination of those three things gives me the confidence to say that I am doing my very best to give you a sparkling studio!
Another updated studio policies is for my studio wardrobe. Please be sure take a look at my studio wardrobe ahead of time to give you an idea of the 3 items that you would like to try on!
Governor Abbott is set to give us new orders on Monday, April 27th. Our next steps will depend on what those orders are.
If the orders are that small businesses are free to work, I will start reschedules, ASAP! I will be scheduling my newborns according to who was born first while under the shelter in place.
IF the orders still include social distancing, we will need to talk about next steps. Unfortunately that will mean that I can not hold, wrap, or pose your new baby. I do believe that even if that is the case, we will have options that will give you beautiful portraits. For example, we can schedule an outdoor newborn session, move to an in-home newborn session where you will get a bit more variety by using your home and nursery, stick with a studio session but forego the posed newborn portion, OR postpone a little longer for a session when your babe is sitting up and smiling at us! If this is the case, I will be happy to talk about all of that with you guys.
I want to thank everyone for being so kind and and understanding when we had to postpone your sessions. You guys are amazing! Thank you so much!