I recently had a new studio built (incase you missed it, you can read a little about it HERE.) and with the changes I planned to make to my photography business I felt my website needed a rethink too. This is where Sarah at Studio Spence came in. She was simply AMAZING, we had so much fun on pinterest pinning a inspiration board of our shared vision. She totally understood what I wanted from the get go and created branding I immediately loved, I really struggled to choose a logo, they were all so great. Check out my website HERE,
When I was a child I sat for two artists whilst they painted my portrait, I still love those paintings and it probably led to me training as a portrait painter many years ago. Now I work as a photographer and I'm lucky enough to work with a lot of families creating family albums. I really wanted to expand the portrait side of Rosewarne Cox Photography to include fine art portrait sessions. This is really exciting for me, its a fully stylised session that focuses on creating a few heirloom photos that are more like paintings in their style. I work with a mixture of natural light and studio lighting at Blossom House along with various props and backdrops including the infamous unicorn head. The photos are then printed on the most amazing canvas' or onto giclee fine art papers. They are made to last for 80-90 years and like the painted portraits of years ago, will be passed down the generations.
Whilst the studio was receiving the finishing touches I practiced the kind of images I wanted to create with the help of my daughter and I'm so thrilled that one of them was picked up and featured on photo Vogue Italia.
If you are interested in booking in for a photography session with me drop me a line HERE.