Here we go, day five of my sharing with you some of my Holiday Short Story Sessions. If you haven’t yet seen my previous posts, check them out on the blog under my Short Story Sessions category. The last four sessions on the blog were all with young children, so it was an interesting change of pace to work with a beautiful young girl. Working with young girls, tweens and young woman is a little different than working with the little ones, needless to say! So it was kind of exciting for me! My subject didn’t need much direction. She knew how to rock it in front of the camera! She may have learned a few things from her twin sister, who I photographed last spring and her younger sister who I photographed last winter. Or maybe it’s in the genes of this family to look good ; )
Without further a due, the beauty behind the art, Ms. Elektra…
The faux taxidermy in these images were created by Vancouver artist Sam. Love this so much Sam, thank you! The bench, as with the case in all my holiday short story sessions this year, was custom built from reclaimed wood by Studio 126, a local furniture store located in Chinatown, Vancouver. Thank you Studio 126! Gorgeous furniture! The taxidermy, along with other products from local artists and businesses may also be purchased from Studio 126.
I love Elektra’s natural smile.
Mom made sure to bring a selection of quick and easy outfit changes to get variety during this short session. Here Elektra is looking oh so chic in her faux fur vest. Right on trend!
One of my favourite images from the session. I’m so lucky to be able to work with such wonderful subjects!
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Interested in my ever-popular Short Story Sessions? Dates for 2015 will be released soon. I offer these sessions at select times of the year and spots are always limited. My clients and newsletter recipients are some of the first to learn about dates and get dibs on booking sessions. So sign up for my NEWSLETTER and not only will you hear about my Short Story Session availability, but you’ll also learn about any promotions I may be offering and what’s going on with my studio. Learn more about my Short Story Sessions here. Of course, if you’re interested in a session for your family or for someone you know, feel free to email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.