We had another gorgeous morning at St. James Farm to create beautiful portraits of the lovely Ashleigh. She has such long beautiful red hair! I love the brick and black tones with her hair and outfit.
I love the sunlight falling on the field behind her.
This brick patio was a great compliment to the colors of Ashleigh’s outfit.
We finished up with some lacrosse images!
I had a wonderful time creating family portrait artwork for the “C” Family. It was easy to capture their genuine connection to each other. This is the 28″ canvas portrait that they have in their new house. Can’t wait to hear how they are enjoying it!
Here is an example of using a family portrait as the main piece in a collection and incorporating it with a portrait of the kids together and mom and dad together. Makes a stunning focal point for above the Living Room couch.
I love the relationship between these siblings. My brother closest in age to me (I have several younger brothers) is a couple of years younger than me, I’m guessing a similar age spread to these two. I remember how high school was when we (mostly) stopped fighting and starting enjoying each other! It’s great to see those sibling relationships develop into lifelong friendships!
Once again, I love these emotional connections! Can’t wait to photograph their son’s senior portraits next year. It will be here before we know it!
Hayley and I had a beautiful sunny morning creating her senior portraits.
We got a nice little breeze here…
I love how the sunlight accented her gorgeous long brown hair.
Just love how the trees surround her in the background.
This portrait would be beautiful above the fireplace!
Have a wonderful senior year, Hayley!