worldwide business & wellness retreat photography
dear lovely retreat host
LET'S CAPTURE THE MAGIC
Developing, organizing, and hosting a transformative retreat experience for your beautiful guests is a LOT of work. You've got enough to do and the last thing you should be worry about is creating marketing content for the next one!
Oh nonono my friend - you focus on the here and now and let me capture the connection and magic for you so you can put all your energy into hosting your current guests!
retreat photography is...
great for you
You'll have fewer things to juggle so you can dedicate your energy to hosting and connecting with your guests
great for your guests
Having a retreat photographer takes away the selfie pressure and allows your guests the luxury of unplugging
+ guest shoot add-ons available
great for your business
Leave your retreat feeling energized AND ready to promote and sell out your next ones with loads of new marketing content
Because every retreat is SO very unique (just like you), I develop custom packages depending on:
+ the length of your event
+ where in the world it's located
You can generally expect it to cost around £200/day + travel fees, accomodation, & food
offering an overseas retreat?
You're definitely going to want that captured! As a US citizen and a UK resident, I can shoot all over the place so think big! Get in touch to discuss specifics and see if we can make this work!
retreat photography packages
FEEL THE [SELF] LOVE
"Kayleigh is both friendly and professional... I recently had a photoshoot with her out in Nature and I was so pleased with how she captured my essence and the pictures turned out magical. She made me feel really comfortable and guided me through lots of different poses. Thank you Kayleigh for sharing your talent with us, you are incredible!"
- NAT | RETREAT GUEST - SELF LOVE SHOOT
retreat photography FAQs
+ how far in advance should I inquire?
do I need to provide food and accommodation?
will you travel for my shoot? what are the fees?
what's your payment process?
when do I get the photos & what if I want more?
what can I do to make the retreat photos pop?
what is a commercial user license?
When it comes to a retreat, it's best to reach out a few months beforehand as it requires blocking multiple days out of my calendar.
There is not a ton of planning that needs to happen before the retreat but it's always nice to know where your priorities lie in terms of what to capture so I know where to be and when.
You may also want to give your guests a heads-up in case they want to make any outfit purchases so they'll feel better when the camera comes out.
are you ready to take the next step?
get in touch through the form at the bottom of the page and I'll be in touch shortly with a link to book a zoom call.
we'll get to know each other and chat about your retreat so I can provide a customized quote.
once the contract is signed and payment is sorted, you’ll officially be on the Wild Kind calendar!
FEEL THE LOVE
"Kayleigh came to my first ever business and mindset retreat to shoot myself and the guests, the experience from her couldn't have been better! Not only did she manage to capture some really special moments but she was able to get the ladies to see just how beautiful they really are and feel super comfortable in front of the camera. I'm truly over the moon with the photos and was surprised at how many there were! She supported me in more ways than I think she knows and was a beautiful light to have there in the experience. I know some of the ladies have even chosen to continue working with Kayleigh which I'm not surprised at at all! Thank you for everything you did to support me and for the beautiful photos - I would definitely recommend working with Kayleigh to anyone."
- ROSIE | ROSIE COACHING
shall we connect over a cuppa and chat about your retreat?
Shoot me an inquiry form to have a chat about your retreat.
If you have any questions after reading through the FAQs above, be sure to include them. Can't wait to hear all about your event!
Prefer email? firstname.lastname@example.org
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