In the spotlight today is PAPER LARK DESIGNS!
We are so excited to help Alys launch Paper Lark’s new website, plus she is offering an amazing discount! Check it out!
Hi it’s Alys from Paper Lark. I’m delighted to announce the launch of Paper Larks new website full top the brim with templates for the modern photographer. Take a browse around the templates or take a look at the tutorials and videos on how to edit your templates. You’ll be able to see the studio and behind the scenes of the Paper Lark HQ. Feel free to get in touch or even better to make a suggestion on what you need designing. I am all open to ideas for my next product!
For a limited time, get 50% Off All Templates ONLY from the Paper Lark website
Use code: LAUNCHCHIC
Sale ends Midnight 18th March EST
Happy Friday everyone!
As an added bonus, Prairie Sweet has created this great Grad Announcement Catalog featuring all of their senior graduation announcements in an unbranded PDF file for you to use as a catalog! This is a great selling tool. Print it and show it to clients, email it to clients or even upload it to Issuu.com and create an online catalog for your senior clients to shop from. Download the FREE Grad Announcement Catalog. This is a freebie for ALL Chic fans!
For more great senior designs, check out Prairie Sweet Boutique!
Meet the amazing Charles Hildreth:
My name is Charles Hildreth and I am a freelance photographer specializing in portraits and weddings. I currently live in Denver, Colorado.
I majored in Journalism & News Editorial at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where I put a strong emphasis on journalistic writing. My childhood consisted of a fascination with Hollywood heroes like Indiana Jones and an appreciation for the romanticism of history and Arthurian tales. In 2006, I took a 90-day, 16-country tour of Europe where I explored as many big and small art museums as I could. It enriched the understanding I once had of world culture, opened my eyes to new cuisine, artists, and put my degree in perspective as far as objectivity was concerned. My portraiture work is a combination of any of these elements, mixed with an objective observation of humankind and an internal struggle for self-confidence in an opinionated world.
My work, to me, is flawed and always will be, as it continues to be a reflection of me, the photographer. I’m not a photographer’s photographer. I can’t sit in a room and chat about camera logistics or ratios, nor have I ever had the desire to. I know what works for the content I produce and gradually grow from a core of photography appreciation.
If I could one day fit in among other artists as a storyteller, I think it would be a better fit than photographer, but for now, this is the one medium where I can explore this desire to produce art. I have never wanted to pigeon-hole myself into one particular craft. In the future I hope to continue submit work to publications, print work for local art shows, and explore a world full of engaging individuals.
Enjoy these amazing portraits and let us know what you think…