Julia is a 2020 graduate from Woodstock who I had the pleasure of spending some time with last week. We had such a great time together and made some beautiful images. Here are some of my favourites.Continue reading “Woodstock Graduate – Julia”
The Peabody family met up with me in the fall. Brody needed grad photos and the whole family decided that they should have some portraits taken as well. They had NEVER had family photos taken! I don’t know why they waited so long, clearly they are a good-looking and loving family who absolutely knocked their session out of the park.Continue reading “Woodstock Family – Peabody Family”
Charlie is my husbands cousin and I was so excited when he asked me to take some grad portraits for him. When Craig and I started dating, Charlie was about 2 feet shorter and in the 5th grade (!) so it’s so neat to see him all grown up and getting ready to graduate. These are some informal portraits I took of him a few weeks ago, with a special appearance of his girlfriend, Julia (who is STUNNING.)
When I take portraits of people I try really hard to capture them as they are in the moment, I hope you get a little bit of Charlie when you look at these photos.
I had the privilege of meeting up with Layla last week to capture some images for her graduate portraits. First of all, this gal had me meet her in what can only be described as behind the backwoods of nowhere, but how gorgeous are these images? I thought at a couple points we were going to be carried off by mosquitoes, but looking at the photos now, it was so worth it.
Layla swore up and down that she had never modeled for photos before but I really don’t believe her, she made sense of all my wild hand gestures immediately.
Layla is also an accomplished musician and has played all over the province with a wide variety of talent. Once upon a time, she even came to me for fiddle lessons. She has far surpassed any fiddling skills I possess, with no surprise, and I would highly recommend making an effort to hear her play.
Good luck in all that you do Layla, and thanks for letting me capture these beautiful photos of you.
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Samantha contacted a couple of weeks ago about getting some senior portraits done and I was really excited. We had originally scheduled them for later this week, then something came up which meant we had to get together a little sooner than planned – I’m so happy for this little change of plans!
We met up in town and then I followed her and her boyfriend Kevin down a little country dirt road to his parents home. I love farms. There are literally a million and one backdrops and looks to choose from on a farm!
Just wanted to post a quick little post to let you all know that I am starting to book grad portrait sessions. Graduation is a huge accomplishment and what better way to remember that special time than with professional portraits!
I love grad sessions – they’re a great way to show off the personality and interests of each teen as they move forward in their life. If you’re interested in booking a session, please contact me through the contact page of my website, by phone (506.324.0884) or email ([email protected]). I look forward to hearing from you!