What areas do you cover?

I cover Bristol, Bath, Gloucestershire and North Somerset. All travel within a 30-mile radius of Portishead (my home) is included. Outside of this, there is a supplementary fee of 45p per mile, or train fares if necessary. I can travel further so please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’re not in the areas above!

Do you have a studio?

I work on location – either in your own home, garden, neighbourhood or at locations such as local parks, the seaside or woods.

How much will it cost?

It depends on what you choose! If you are booking a photoshoot, I ask for the session fee (£95) at the time of booking which secures your date. You can then choose from three packages. If you are booking an event, my current rate per hour is £200/hour.

How do I book?

You can contact me here or email me directly at info@alisontaylorphotography.co.uk. When I receive your email, I will get in touch with you to arrange a date for the photoshoot or confirm availability for the date of your event. I will then hold this date for one week along with the booking form which I will email to you.

Do you offer gift vouchers?

Yes! You can purchase photography gift vouchers available as a physical voucher or e-voucher. Great for any occasion! Please see gift vouchers for details.

What happens if it rains?

If I decide on the day of the photoshoot that the weather is unsuitable then we will reschedule it at no extra cost. An overcast day is absolutely fine but if it’s pouring with rain then we will rearrange another date.

What if my child is ill?

Don’t worry! I am happy to reschedule your photoshoot to another date at no extra cost. Please try to give me as much notice as possible. If the photoshoot has to be rescheduled a second time due to illness, there is a small re-booking fee.

How do we get the photos?

I will send you your pictures usually a couple of weeks after the shoot or event. The gallery is available online for 1 month for you to view and share all the images.

Will the photos be in colour or black and white?

You will get a mix of both colour and black/white depending on what best suits the image.