How Brittany Elise Photography is Keeping Your Family Protected during COVID-19

During a time of such uncertainty, two things that remain unwavered is both my passion for capturing my clients most cherished moments and my dedication to serving my mommas and momma-to-be’s- that includes both the safety and wellbeing of them and their families.

As a former NICU nurse with an extensive understanding of how harmful a virus can be to the body (especially those who have weakened/fragile immune systems), I have implemented immense protocols into my business model to ensure the safety of my tiniest clients.  

With the information surrounding COVID constantly changing and leaving us feeling unsettled and misled, many clients understandably feel hesitant to bring their little ones out and about. That’s why I wanted to address all the extra precautionary measures I’ve taken to keep my families healthy and safe.

Sanitary Procedures BE Photography Has Taken During COVID:   

Temperature Checks
All visitors, clients & staff are being temperature checked with a touch-free thermometer. Both me and my employee are regularly checking our temperature as well.

Disposable Masks
Face masks are available throughout the studio for visitors to wear. However, both me and my employee are masked at all times.
Personal Hygiene
Hand washing is required with soap and water upon arrival for all who enter. Bottles of hand sanitizer are located throughout the studio.
Client Screening
All clients are surveyed prior to arrival regarding potential covid exposure. Immediate family only are allowed to join for sessions.

Cleaning Procedures
The studio is equipped with 3 HEPA air filters. After each shoot, all furniture and studio accessories are wiped down with Cavicide hospital grade cleaner. Only 1 client/session is allowed in the studio per day to allow for proper cleaning.
Sanitation Policies
All clothing/swaddles are washes after being worn or tried on. All clothing racks remain covered to ensure they remain clean. Clients are expected to remove shoes upon entry.

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  1. […] I like to take the approach of the baby leading the session. Whatever he or she needs, they get. If they to be held or fed, it is all built into the session time. Myself and my assistants wear masks during the whole session to protect baby and family from COVID-19. […]

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