I love to create portraits that really are a living legacy to the things we hold dear. I can imagine no greater compliment than to see my portraits decorating client’s homes, making them smile, decades after I’ve created them.
Mike and Tricia Berg have been clients for many years. The portrait above was done at the Westlake Inn at a time when Tricia could hold Sophia in her arms.
The Bergs moved to a wonderful new home in the hills above Thousand Oaks, and updated their portrait just right before Christmas 2013. Don’t you just love Sophia and Francesca’s bright dresses?
Francesca and Sophia are growing up so fast! We wanted to capture just the ladies in the family for this most recent update.
Don’t let this year slip by without capturing this beautiful season of your life.
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Los Angeles and Ventura Counties (805) 367-8100
Orange and San Diego Counties (949) 515-5140
Not all beach portraits have to actually be ON the beach. Some can just have a beautiful view OVER the beach!
We recently did a portrait of Chad and Erica Reisser and their family on top of Point Dume looking south toward Malibu. What a gorgeous day at the beach…the sand cliffs could inspire a plein air painting.
Erica did such a nice job of coordinating her family’s clothes with just the right blend of variety, color and character, and it paid off in such a big way. I especially love their youngest son, Phoenix’s seersucker jacket. Handsome little man, huh?
If it’s time for you to update your family’s portrait, whether it’s at the beach or elsewhere, we would love to help you celebrate your family’s legacy.
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805-367-8100 in Westlake Village or 949-515-5140 in Costa Mesa
I love the session we just did of the Mark and Monica Fuller family. They live in Santa Rosa valley, which is perfect for their daughter Madison, who loves riding. The portrait is especially important to the Fullers. The experienced first hand that when our kids head off to college, it takes a little more effort to get the whole family together.
Mark worked at the Norton Simon Museum, and the Fullers have an amazing collection of artwork in their home. You can imagine what n honor it is that we will be making a painting for them.
I love when I get to create portraits for the same family many times over. We first met the Pompillo family when I was a wedding photographer 25 years ago! Last week, we had a fantastic afternoon at the beach with the entire family. It was so much fun and as the sun set that afternoon, I knew they would have beautiful portraits from another important time in their life: Their oldest grandson is about to head back east on a baseball scholarship at Villanova. He will be the first one to leave the area in all this time!