The Visual Story of Susan-jane Frank and Moragh Cameron

The Visual Story of Susan-jane Frank and Moragh Cameron

Real estate professionals Susan-jane Frank and Moragh Cameron came to me to refresh their brand look. Both women are experienced, professional real estates professionals whose combined skills form a strong real estate services for buying and selling your home.

Using fresh and unique locations strengthens a shoot. The home we used in Brooklin featured a stunning open kitchen/bar, seating areas and sun rooms that provided a perfect backdrop for this duo.

Brooklin has so many wonderful places to showcase this team. Our second downtown in Whitby provided a perfect pairing to the images we did at the home. The fall colours, brick and accents on the buildings complimented the wardrobe chosen for the shoot.

 The open bar-kitchen had an amazing Dutch door which we used to create this unique portrait for Susan-jane Frank. Each fresh environment gives you opportunities to tell a story in a new way. We aligned this portrait to the overall brand look and feel using this welcoming space to invite you into her portrait. If you have never meet Susan-jane this portrait tells you everything you need to know about this lovely, smart professional. 

 The open bar-kitchen also had a front bar area which we used to create an informal portrait of Moragh. An image does not have to face the camera to be effective and this style of image can be a great asset in a marketing portfolio.

Want to create content for your business? We will create content that fits your brand and your look. To connect with us connect via the website connect form.

Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography

Magical Christmas Portraits (Trinity Design Whitby)

Magical Christmas Portraits (Trinity Design Whitby)

Time is ticking on a child’s belief in Santa. While true it might continue after the age or 8 to 10 it’s rare for it to last much longer (insert the sadness here from all parents/grandparents). So when our 8 year old, who last spring announced he knew about the “Santa thing” we thought our third had joined the ranks of the children who carry the secret of “believing” for the younger kids.

When he sat down this October and announced he needed to be “good for Santa” our family saw a reprieve – courtesy I would like to think from some Christmas magic from the big guy himself. (Yes, some of us still believe).

Shown above is the holiday version of our White Box experience – a different take on family photos. Also a collage composite this has been a mainstay of our studio for the past three years at holiday times and year round.

We just added this third composite to the collection because we “believe” in magical portraits at Christmas. All three are amazing backgrounds from the magical Tara Mapes collection.

I am in love with the simple magic of the window and our third “believer” with his letter to Santa which by tradition was mailed through our studio mailbox (it works every time).

If you are interested in a holiday portrait with us we thought it would be helpful to show you how they work. Each child or pet is captured in their holiday finest in the studio. We then hand edit a magical portrait using the talented and gorgeous digital composites we own – the window and roof by Tara Mapes.

Our studio has a lot of Christmas accessories, a number of Roots Cabin Sweaters and other items you can borrow for portraits should you need it. That being said we do encourage you to bring your own special holiday items and PJs/robes. These touches can make it a much more personal story for your Christmas keepsake portraits.

Our lovely girl Sydney is a secret operative of Santa. Unlike the house eleves her job is to extend the season of belief with her boys. We created this portrait to show her explaining to Santa that yes her assignment was going very well and her youngest boy is a believer again. The story is literally melting my heart and this will be a printed keepsake for years to come in our family.

Sydney loves to watch for Santa in the window, she’s a magical addition to our family.

To book a spot in the studio connect with us as soon as you can – our supplier deadlines are fast approaching. Connect via our website form: Book the Magic of Christmas

Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography