One Area which we support and accomadate for are families who have children on the autistic spectrum.
Stemming from our involvement and subsequent feedback from the Irish Face of Autism campaign, we have designed a shoot specifically around families with Autism, we have a welcome pack prior to the shoot sent out to ensure all families have the opportunity to embrace the sessions with open arms and to enjoy the experience.
A welcome pack is sent out to each child specifically designed and addressed to them and will contain the following items and cue cards so that they can prepare and plan on what to expect;
-A cover letter addressed to the child
-A Photograph of the studio, inside and out
-A Photograph of John the photographer
-A list of things that you can bring and what will be available in the studio.
A week prior to the shoot our specially trained nurse will call the parents to go through any fears or conditions the child may have so that we can adjust the studio to cater for there needs.
Only rules on the day is that you have fun and Mam and Dad are not allowed to apologise for anything.
Fixed price family & child portrait sessions.
Shoots are in our commercial studios based in Dublin City Centre & Navan Co. Meath or in the comfort of your own home.
Studio also fully caters for children who are on the Autism Spectrum.
Sessions are set over 1 hour so to give everyone time to settle into the new environment.
All images are fully edited to the highest standard
Price for studio sitting in Navan - €40
The above prices includes an only album to share with family and friends.
Mounted Prints & Frames are optional extras and start from as little as €15
"As a parent of a child on the autism spectrum, John was recommended to me a number of times and I finally for the courage to book a studio session. All I can say to any other parents who ask me, is that, John knows what to expect and he just gets it!!! Other parents in my position will know what I mean. Thank you so much for putting the 'special' into the shoot. I had a tear in my eye seeing how he reacted to you."