Frequently asked questions
Can I commission a custom size portrait?
At the current moment, I would prefer that commissioned portraits stay within the current dimensions available, but will be happy to explore other options.
Can I customize the colors used in a commissioned portrait?
Yes, I am happy accommodate color requests, but please note that I will ultimately determine what colors will work together the best in the final piece.
Can I commission a portrait of a person?
Sorry, no humans. Animals only.
Do you work with rescue groups and non-profits?
Yes! As a vegan and animal advocate, I am happy to work with rescues and non-profits if time allows. Please contact us for further information.
Can I have more than one pet in my portrait?
Yes, the the current prices of my custom work is based on one or two subjects per piece. Additional subjects will increase the final cost. It you'd like more than two subjects in your portrait, please contact us prior to ordering.
I would like to commission a portrait but don't have good photos at the moment. Can I place an order and send photos later?
Absolutely. Once an order is placed you will be added to the list so when you're ready to send photos, your portrait will already have a higher spot in line. Take your time! Finding the perfect photo in good lighting is not always easy.
I would like to comission a portrait as a gift and would need it by a specific date. How should I communicate this?
If your portrait needs to be completed in a specific time period, please contact us before placing an order to ensure the timing is possible. I am always happy to accommodate urgent gifts if time allows.
I don't live in the United States, do you ship worldwide?
I am currently only shipping to clients living in the United States through website orders, so please contact us if you live outside of the U.S. I am happy to accommodate! Please be aware that some countries require a customs fee to be paid on incoming shipments, by the customer. These will not be included in shipping prices.
Can you give me a few tips on capturing the best photos?
I follow photos very closely so a general rule is, "The better the photo, the better the portrait."