Winter Snowy Shoots!


The snowy season is upon us!

Let's take advantage of this winter wonderland to get some incredible shots of your character out in the elements! Great for a variety of characters from princesses and fairy tale characters to video game and movie characters. Colors really pop out there in the snow!  

(See my tips below for how to a have successful and comfortable "snowto" shoot!)

Based in Chicago, IL but willing to travel! See travel fee structure below. 

My COVID-19 Rules for Photoshoots:

  • Outdoor shoots only.

  • 4 people or less (including any assistants or guests).

  • Remain 6ft apart as much as possible.

  • Masks worn by everyone (including myself) not being photographed.

  • Props will be sanitized for you before and after use.

  • Do not attend if experiencing any symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat.

  • Do not attend if you've been in contact with anyone with COVID in last 2 weeks.

  • Do not attend if you have tested positive for COVID obviously. Come on now lol.

  • Postpone for no additional fee if for health reasons.


15 Minutes - $40

  • 3-5 edited photos

  • $15 per extra person  

30 Minutes - $60

  • 5-7 edited photos 

  • $20 per extra person

1 Hour - $110

  • 10-12 edited photos 

  • $40 per extra person

50% of total due at time of booking as non-refundable deposit

Travel fees:

  • No fee if location is within 35 miles of 60631

  • $25 if location is 36-50 miles from 60631

  • Contact for more than 50 miles

Cold Weather Shoot Tips!

I have been the cosplayer in a few snowy shoots of my own and would love to share some tips on how to make it a success for you!

  • Layers!

    • How much can you layer up under your costume?​

    • Long sleeve shirts, leggings, gloves, socks.

  • Nude fleece tights​​

    • Fleece tights in your skin color will help with characters that show legs! ​

  • Nude fleece under shirt

    • Like the tights, it'll help for characters that show arms.​

  • Wear boots

    • Does your costume cover your feet? Wear boots instead of costume shoes! You can even brings shoes to switch out into if we need a few shots that show feet (like twirls!)​

  • Bring a coat or blanket​​

    • You'll want to throw it on to keep warm between shots, while I'm changing lens or while we move locations​

  • Hand and foot warmers

    • These are little packets that heat up that you can put in your gloves, shots, pockets, etc. ​

    • Careful not to put them directly against your skin

    • Activate them 15 minutes before the shoot starts; they take awhile to warm up.

    • I've seen them for sale at Dollar Tree!

  • Bring a thermos with a warm drink

    • Hot chocolate, coffee or tea kept warm in to a thermos or bottle will do wonders!​

  • Keep it short if needed

    • Keep your own cold tolerance in mind when booking your shoot!

    • Don't worry about me, I can be out there all day! 

  • Winterize your character!

    • Get creative and make a winter version of your character! What would they look like in cold weather clothes? Build the warmth right into your costume! ​

    • Cloaks, faux fur, gloves, hats, boots, and more!


Book now!

What if there isn't snow the day of our shoot?

No worries, we'll just postpone to a day when there is good snow coverage! 


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