Simon Werdmüller von Elgg
Thank you for your time and attention to my work. My style is rooted in a cinematic approach, aimed at capturing a momentary expression of self within the context of a larger story. My formal training consists of an education in film, design and visual effects in Boston, New York and Vancouver. This training taught me how to celebrate all things human, and to help my clients share truth through thoughtful consideration and discussion of what they seek to express.
If there's a story you want told, let's work together! Contact me to get started
How much does a session cost?
Making professional-quality photos accessible to everyone is important to me. Each of my clients has different wants and needs, and we'll work together to find the best approach for your unique situation.
Clients provide a 50% deposit to book a session, and pay the remaining 50% in exchange for the edited photos.
Do you meet with clients?
Phone and video chat consultations work well and save us both time and travel expenses, but some first time clients feel more comfortable meeting in person before a shoot. Contact me if you'd like to schedule a consultation.
What payment methods do you accept?
I prefer cash or check, but Venmo and PayPal are also accepted. If you want to pay with BitCoin, contact me.
Where do you shoot?
I mostly shoot local to Nashville, travelling to clients or meeting them at an agreed-upon location. I do have access to various Studio spaces for an extra fee. If you would like to schedule a shoot outside Nashville (anywhere in the world), please contact me.
Is hair and makeup included?
There are a few fantastic hair and makeup artists in town I've worked with many times. Their rates would be added to the session cost should you choose to hire them. Some clients are already comfortable with their own makeup and hair stylist, whom they are welcome to bring to the shoot.
How do I order prints?
If you would like a print of one of my pieces, please contact me. If you are planning to book a session, we can discuss print costs during the consultation.