Rather than stiff, generic posing and asking you to say, “cheese” to the camera, we clink our glasses and laugh until our bellies ache! The Willis Family’s Oregon wine tasting portrait session at the gorgeous Soter Vineyard was SO much fun and a truly authentic experience. When we began planning their family portraits we asked Liz, “What do you and the kids enjoy doing together?” She described various activities, wine tasting being a favorite. And just like that we were able to create a genuine, personalized, and enjoyable portrait experience for the Willis Family where we preserved memories that hold significant meaning to them. This is how we work with the wonderful people who trust us to document their happiest moments and most important connections. Long before we ever pick up a camera, we will spend time talking about your relationships, your history, and your favorites to ensure we are creating portraits that will evoke a sense of love and “this is us” every time you look at them displayed in your home.
Last night was oh-so special!!! We delivered and installed the gorgeous wall art that Liz ordered from her family’s winter wine tasting portrait session. Seeing the mounted photographs displayed in her home, and the pure joy that radiated from her face every time she looked at them, was absolutely amazing! Yes, custom professionally produced artwork is a significant investment, but it is a lifelong investment that is undoubtedly worth every penny! These heirloom pieces will last generations and bring you joy every single day. Surround yourself with the love and connections that matter most.
40×20 standout mount print
(Left) Liz and Claire looking through the photo book Liz ordered during her design consultation. (Right) Now that book lives on the coffee table in front of the sofa for family and guests to enjoy anytime they would like.
Installing Liz’s wall art collection. A 40×30 standout mounted print flanked by two 20×30 stand out mounted prints. These statement pieces can be seen from the entrance and when you walk through the upstairs hallway.