Tag Archives: family portraits
How sweet is this little one, full head of hair and eye brows I wish I had! LOL This is her eighth day and I’m so glad we were able to capture a studio portrait.
Dressing for family portraits is important. First you have to decide is the portrait going to be formal or casual. Then everyone should dress in the same style. Except if you want your only child to be the focus! This … Continue reading
There is still plenty of summer left for a family portrait in the backyard. When photographing in the city it’s sometimes hard to avoid the neighbours. But don’t worry I have a few tricks for that scenario! Keeping the neighbours … Continue reading
It’s so wonderful to have repeat clients, and I love to watch their families grow. My client colour co-ordinated the girls and boys. The red is such a powerful colour that black was the only option for me and I … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of meeting this wonderful family a few weeks ago. They live in different parts of Canada but came together to celebrate their parents 50th. It was a opportunity to photograph everyone, both together and as individual … Continue reading
I’ve had the pleasure of photographing Mr. Andrew Swan and his family for many years. A politician in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba in a 2004 by-election. Every year the portrait is taken … Continue reading
I’ve partnered up with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation to raise money. This partnership has been in the works for a few months and I’m thrilled to announce I’ll be a part of it though jewelry designer Hilary Druxman. I … Continue reading