Jen Sherrick Photography / Professional Photographer in Westfield, Indiana

Jen Sherrick is a professional newborn, baby, child and lifestyle photographer. She resides in Westfield, Indiana and travels on-location to Carmel, Noblesville, Zionsville, Fishers, Geist and other surrounding Indianapolis areas . Jen specializes in black and white photography and shoots in natural light.

My work has been described as playful, non-traditional, editorial and soulful. While I prefer the simplicity and classic look of black and white, I do love when a photo screams color! I shoot only natural light as I find it the most flattering light of all and work on-location where children are most comfortable (often the client’s home). No flashes, no time limits, no sterile environment and of course no cheesy smiles. My goal is to capture your child’s personality and passion, the two things that make him or her truly unique. I find that this is easiest if mom/dad are not coaxing the child along... just somewhere nearby.

Specialties

Baby Portraits Black & White Photography Canvas Prints Digital Photography Family Photography (Portraits, Lifestyle, Vacation) Fine Arts & Artistic Style High School Senior Portraits Lifestyle Maternity & Infant Newborn Photography Natural Light On-Location Outdoor Photojournalistic Style Portraits Pro Bono for the Underprivileged
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