For Photographers

Call to Reserve: (602) 276-6545

The Farm at South Mountain is a very active private property. Due to scheduled private events and other photos sessions, all photography must be pre-approved and scheduled with The Farm Kitchen. Please follow the guidelines below. Thank you for choosing The Farm for your beautiful photography and videography backdrop!

  • Photography sessions must be scheduled and approved by The Farm Kitchen management prior to on-site arrival.
  • Only The Farm Kitchen management can approve photography requests. Once approved, scheduled, and paid for, The Farm Kitchen will provide a Photography Permit that must be carried while on property. Without the permit, photographers may be asked to leave and may be invoiced for using The Farm’s property.
  • Photography permits may be paid for and picked up at The Farm Kitchen Monday–Sunday, 10am to 3pm.
  • The following areas are not available for photos: Quiessence lawn, Morning Glory patio, Farm Kitchen patio, and inside ANY garden beds.

Engagement and Family Photography Session Guidelines

  • Session length: Two (2) hours
  • Session fees must be paid during check-in at The Farm Kitchen prior to session, Monday–Sunday, 10am to 3pm.
  • Session fees are $125 per photographer for up to four (4) people being photographed, two (2) hour maximum – $10 per each additional person.
  • Upon approval and payment a pass will be issued that must be carried at all times while on property.
  • Please do not use any equipment (tables, benches, chairs) without permission of The Farm Kitchen management.
  • All photography sessions on property must end prior to the start of any previously scheduled special event.

Corporate and Business Related Photography Sessions

Please contact info@thefarmatsouthmountain.com for more information. Dates, times, indoor space required and number of talent/crew will determine pricing for these types of scheduled sessions.

*Please note outside food and drink is not allowed at The Farm. Photographers and talent are not allowed inside culinary garden beds under any circumstances.