Hives for Humanity is a non-profit organization that encourages community connections through apiculture, more commonly known as beekeeping. Through mentorship based programming they create flexible opportunities for people to engage in the therapeutic culture that surrounds the hive. They foster connectivity to nature and to others, participation in local sustainable economies, and support at-risk populations of people and pollinators.
I did some product photography for them, with my friend Joey Armstrong, to help them sell more of their bee-based items such as honey and candles.
Everyone needs a great portrait of themselves to use for work, for fun, or to give to Mom. I'm doing a special this April to help you kick off your Spring. If you love my style, which has less of a headshot feel and is more portrait-like, and you want something that will show off your personality and not feel forced, I think you will love this.
6 spots available. Email email@example.com to book.
My regular fee is between $325-$675 for a shoot like this one: http://jackiedives.com/blog/
My regular 1 location, 6 images shoot it's $250.
So, I'm going to do a combo, and give y'all a great deal. In the style of the one below (Main Street, 1-2 funky backgrounds) I'll include 8 images and only charge $200 per person. The shoot will be about 20 mins long.
Additional photos will be available for $25 each.
A few weeks back I took Dan to the Pacific Flying Club for a flying lesson as a birthday present. And what could possibly be a better follow up to flying than checking out a new brewery? We stopped at Steel & Oak on our way home and their beer is delicious! I enjoyed every one of the beers we tried, and they even gave me a top up when I spilled my first glass all over my new dress.
For the past three years I have photographed the Growing Chefs fundraising event, From Farms to Forks. It is such a fun night, full of decadent food and wine. I just adore geting to spend the evening photographing such interesting people and food! Everything is so colourful and the people are friendly and always enjoying themselves - especially Fred Lee!
My boyfriend and I have a food blog, Crepes Times Two. We take photos of the food we make together and post it. Sometimes there might be a semblance of a recipe, but mostly it's just a document of our food adventures. We cooked together on our first date, and it's something that we do nightly. It's an important part of our relationship for me, and I hope that the blog inspires you to cook with your loved ones, too!