Nov 24, 2011

Blue Citrus features CNP's Designs on their Website



 Barbara Breuner was the creative powerhouse behind Crow's Nest's logo creation. She took the time to read through my business plan, listen to my ideas, and consider all angles before developing several designs. I was so excited when I opened up the artwork! I fell instantly in love. It was like she read my mind and then crafted something that fit like a glove. 







Watermark, business cards, shopping cart art, boutique packaging for my prints, and Thank you cards. Amazing! She flexible, fast, and professional. 

You can't get customized, unique, artwork from a box. You need to have confidence that the logo you get does not belong to someone else. It needs to reflect your business. I am in the business of one-of-a-kind and Blue Citrus is after that too.


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Crow's Nest in the News

 http://www.kootenaybiz.com/general/article/the_view_from_the_crows_nest#.Ts05y5zZOSA.email

I was excited to see some local news about Crow's Nest Photography in Kootenay Business. Thank you to Finn for the exposure!

A reporter will be interviewing me next week for an article in the Times Colonist (Victoria). Stay tuned!

Nov 3, 2011

The 'Kirk' Flock

Crow's Nest Photography shares space on Whistling Kettle Ranch in the Boundary Region of British Columbia. Nestled in the Granby Valley amid the Monashee Mountains. The air is crisp, the backgrounds are clean, authentic, and dramatic!

In October two families came up to have their 2011 family portraits done. 
 



The Kirk Family

Amber and Dave with their two beautiful children Nolan and Sasia.

 We all enjoyed the walk and fresh, Autumn air. The best portraits happen when you allow people (including little people) to be themselves. Each family is unique. Their interactions, personalities, age combinations. They need room to breath, make noise... in Nolan's case... roll around in the grass. Observing people in a natural setting with out distractions is prime! I fall in love easily and find beauty and character in the smallest actions. The way he holds his wife. The twinkle in an eye when a child hears their parent sing a favorite song. Bare feet. Kisses. Who doesn't? I love what I do and I hope it shows!


Turns out Amber loves children as much as I do... she co-owns a lovely boutique called 4 Little Monkeys
in the heart of Grand Forks, BC. They sell gently used clothes for all family members and one of my favs Melissa & Doug toys. I'm looking forward to mounting a 16x20 metal print of the family up on their store wall. I'll update this posting with a photo of it when it's produced.