Our Plan During COVID-19
Dear clients, during these uncertain times, we are doing everything possible to ensure everyone's safety and well-being. It is important to us to preserve the health of our families as well as yours. The following outlines our safety plan during COVID-19 and we will keep updating as necessary.
Health Units and their colours. Since December 26th, The province of Ontario has been on Lockdown and now, slowly re-opening by health units. Our studio is located in Scarborough. We are in Toronto Health Unit.
What we can offer. On March 8th, 2021 Toronto moved from Shut Down to Lockdown. We are now able to offer headshots and commercial work only. Retail types of photoshoots, meaning children, family, and makeover-and-photoshoot sessions of a personal nature, will be offered once again when Toronto moves to Red.
Our Safety Plan: At the studio, you will be asked to fill out a short health questionnaire and provide your contact information. This information is kept confidential unless required by the health department.
Rescheduling: If you are not feeling well on the day of your photo shoot, please contact the studio as soon as you can so we can re-schedule.
Health Safety: while at the studio. The makeup artist and the photographer will be wearing appropriate PPE during your session. Surfaces will be properly sanitized between sessions.
Our Part: We will contact the health department immediately if we discover that anyone at the studio has been in contact with COVID-19 and you will be contacted by the health department.
Your Part, Be on time: As per usual, all sessions are by appointment. We ask that you would be on time to avoid shortening your session time.
Your Part, Please advise: Should you discover that you have come in contact with COVID-19 after your session, you should immediately contact the studio with the pertinent information so we can relay it to the health department and establish contact tracing.
When you arrive, text us from your car so we can confirm the studio is ready for you to come in. Wear your mask in the building.