Studio reopens on 12th April in line with government guidance
Until further notice, all family members attending a session must live in the same household.
We have reduced the amount of portrait sessions available each day and increased the amount of time in between sessions. This has two impacts. Firstly it avoids crossover of visitors which minimises contact, this extended gap also gives us time to thoroughly clean down the studio including floor, surfaces, door handles, chairs, props, and equipment prior to the next client entering
Any props, fabrics, materials, and accessories will only be used once each day – before being taken for cleaning and returned another day
On arrival, clients will be asked to contact us, from their vehicle, when they arrive into our car park. We will then go meet them outside when everything is clear and ready for them.
No Touch Protocol. Following Government guidelines, will be implementing a no-touch protocol. On the first meeting, there will be no handshakes or physical greeting (don’t take this personally).
Prior to entering, the main contact of your session will be asked to sign a short form to confirm that all people in the group are safe and well. At this point, we will happily let families into our clean studio space. Our three questions will be:
1. How is everyone feeling?
2. Has anyone had a cough or any flu-like or COVID symptoms in the last 14 days?
3. Have you been around anyone exhibiting these symptoms within the last 14 days, including a visit to the hospital?