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Reimagined Portrait Art | Class of 2022

Reimagined Portrait Art – It’s time to start planning for grad portraits this spring! Grad portraits are my very favourite thing to photograph as I get to be my most creative! While some grads groan at the thought of having grad portraits, I guarantee they will get involved Momma if you let them be themselves...

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    Reimagined Portrait Art | Truth and Reconciliation

    Reimagined Portrait Art – Today is Canada’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and I wanted to acknowledge that my studio is located on Treaty 6 land. This land is home to 17 First Nations including Dene Suliné, Cree, Nakota Sioux and Saulteaux peoples. My daughter’s class held a discussion on what Truth and...

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      St Paul Family Portraits | The Real ‘Cost’ of Portraits

      Four things have happened this week that inspired this blog post. Each of these events were completely unrelated, but they each got me thinking about the real cost, or value of our photographs. Earlier in the week, a woman stopped in to the studio and asked me for pricing information to print a canvas portrait....

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        Vermilion Family Portraits | The Bucket List

        Dragon Hare Studios – You know that special list of things you dream of doing in this life?  The bucket list, the one that keeps dreams alive and hope in our hearts?  As I get caught up in life with five  young children, a business and every other part of life, sometimes it feels like...

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          Vermilion Seniors Portraits | In Memory of Marion

          There are two times in my life, while I was growing up, that I ever wore a seat belt. One was on our once a year journey to the big city of Edmonton to see my maternal Grandparents. The other, was any time I got in a vehicle with my paternal Grandma Ross. My grandma...

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            Vermilion Wedding Portraits

            Reimagined Portrait Art – You likely don’t need to take a close look to see that these two images look very different. You may need to look closer to see that it is the same bride and groom. What if I told you they were photographed on the same day, at the same time of...

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