2018 Rates

Photography packages

All packages include: local travel*, photography, post-processing and high-resolution images provided via a password protected gallery. Printed photos or an album can also be ordered.

  • StudioPHO (1 hour session in my studio located in Paterson, NJ – $250)
  • StandardPHO (1 hour – $750)
  • HalfPHO (up to 4 hours – $2,500)
  • StudioEVENTPHO** (Special rate for events held at Art Factory Studios in Paterson, NJ. 10 hours of coverage $2800. Also available hourly for $350.)
  • FullPHO** (more than four hours – $5,000)

* Up to 4 hours of travel time included.
** Includes assistant, 20 page album and digital images on USB drive.

Cinematography packages

All packages include: local travel*, cinematography, editing and final film (2 minutes or less) delivered via download.

  • StandardCIN (1 hour – $1000)
  • HalfCIN (up to 4 hours – $3,000)
  • FullCIN (more than 4 hours – $6,000)

* Up to 4 hours of travel time included.

Please contact me to discuss customizing any photography/cinematography package.

Paradise Bikini photo shoot in Negril, Jamaica

Paradise Bikini photo shoot in Negril, Jamaica

Jackie Cosine at Samsara in Negril, Jamaica On April 27, 2011 I flew down to Jamaica to photograph Paradise Bikini’s 2011 collection. I packed quite a bit of gear including four Canon lenses (50mm f/1.8, 24mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/4.0, and a 10-22mm f/3.5 5.6), my tripod/heads and numberous flashes and light modifiers.

Our plane left from JFK Airport and it was a very nice flight. I highly recommend Jet Blue. Excellent service and a television for each seat. It also helped that some of the movies included Harry Potter and TRON. We all hopped onto a shuttle bus after arriving at Montego Bay and drove to Negril.

Jamaica is a beautiful island country. Most people I met were a lot friendlier than your average human being. I think the vast amounts of marijuana being smoked on a daily basis helps keep it this way. (There are a few people that try and scam you here and there, but that’s because they know tourists have money. That’d be the case anywhere. That sort of behavior is much more common at tourist locations like Rick’s Cafe.)

Take a look at some of the shots below!