Mini Studio Family Sessions

It’s that time of year!

Photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us

So excited to be offering some mini sessions AGAIN this season. Being a mother to two littles , I am ALL about making things in my life quick and efficient. So lets knock out some beautiful portraits, in a beautiful space and get you on your way… Hope to see you there!


DETAILS

  • Mini Sessions will be held on October 19th in Portland and October 26th in Los Angeles!

  • Sessions will be 20 minutes each.

  • After your session you will receive a minimum of 25 fully edited images in both color and black and white.

  • Everyone will receive a complimentary discount code of 25% off holiday cards via MINTED.

  • Sessions must be pre-paid for in advance and are non-refundable. Feel free to transfer to a friend if you are unable to attend.

  • Sessions can be whatever you like! Mommy + Me, Full Family, just the kiddos, whatever you want to capture.


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photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us
photo by Paige Jones // www.paigejones.us

Carson Ellis + MOTHER

WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO ILLUSTRATE CHILDREN’S BOOKS?

"When I was a gloomy teenager I loved to write poetry and illustrate it. At some point I came across Outside Over There by Maurice Sendak—a very weird and moody picture book for an indeterminate audience. Not indeterminate—I knew it was a book published for young kids—but it seemed like it was as much a book for gloomy teenagers. Or anybody, really. Anyway, it was the first book I remember seeing that married these two things that I loved to do in such a satisfying way, and I think the fact that it didn’t seem explicitly for children—or not for children—impressed me. Also, I think I found it at a moment that I was wishing I was still a carefree kid, not someone about to be an adult and ill-equipped for it. It must have felt good to get lost in a mysterious book that made me feel little again. Basically, it was a book that made deep sense to me in that moment, and it inspired a life-long obsession with picture books." - Carson Ellis

Read the full article over on MOTHER