December 28, 2011 In photography, portraits

jess janz: portraits

jess janz was how i survived high school. we became friends in grade 10 and although she graduated a year early [meaning i was left alone for the last year, ha!] — we were kindred spirits. hours were spent laying on the floor of her parent’s family room, staring up at the ceiling, making lists of things we wanted to accomplish & places we wanted to see in our life. i loved those times. fifteen year old girls dreaming. always a treat to see this girl, as she’s now moved to toronto and only comes “home” to langley once or twice a year. she’s a writer, she’s a singer: she’s an incredible artist. enjoy.

  • these are gorgeous jamie.

  • Elisha

    These are beautiful!!(:

  • All these are beautiful. The scenery makes me want to visit Canada! And she is gorgeous. Wow.

  • Love these!!! Jess is a beautiful subject to photograph!!!!

    Ps. Paul totally didn’t get why I was gushing over the photos, oh boys! :p

  • Absolutely love this session. beautiful work jamie!

  • LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

  • amazing photos!!!!

  • These images are beautifully captured :) what a gorgeous subject!

  • oh wow, so beautiful, jamie delaine. i love every frame.

  • Love these photographs, and the location is just stunning.

  • Beautiful shoot Jamie! (:

  • gorgeous. i love her sweaters.
    -jocee <3

  • So amazing. Seriously so in love with all of these portrait sessions of yours lately. Gorgeous work, Jamie.

  • You forgot to mention she’s GORGEOUS too!!! If she happens to want to enlighten us with where she got both those sweaters, well, that’d be great because I’m in love ;)

    Beautiful work, doll!

  • Girl, these are GORGGG!

  • These are gorgeous Jamie! In love with that first B&W pic 5 down…so simply beautiful!

  • thanks again for the great chat aaannnd the beautiful pictures! Love you, Jamie Girl.

    To Gail – The white and black sweater was a gift from a friend, but she got it from H&M in the states – every once in a while they will have a winning piece. Gotta love hand-me-overs. And the beige-colored one is from a weird surf boutique in Wicker Park neighbourhood in Chicago. The tag says “FreeDay”. I know that one doesn’t bring great resolve but I’m glad I found it!

  • Some of my favorite portraits! I feel jealous because I want amazing pictures of me like these!

  • Brielle

    SO awesmome! And she is soooooooo gorgeous!