Home Grown Beauty...

After four long years, and a lot of time and effort, I have finally completed a portrait series that I began back in 2010. The series  began as a small shooting project while visiting my home town of Kendall, New York, but quickly became a much larger endeavor ending in 32 portraits spanning a two year period and finally becoming a coffee table book with two years of graphic design work and collaboration with Amanda Sisti. The project showcases portraits of women from the small town of Kendall, New York while exploring themes of beauty and nature. The portraits reveal the natural beauty of the women melded with the untouched beauty of the landscape. Below you can view the project and find links to purchase a copy of the project in book form.

 To purchase HARDCOVER copies of the book  $85

 To purchase SOFTCOVER copies of the book   $40

Please note that Bri Johnson makes NO profit off these books and they are sold at cost.

You can also see a feature in the Orleans County Hub on the project display in Kendall here.

The portraits are on display at Tea NJ in Jersey City for the month of January. Below are a few photos of the opening reception.

Photographer Fernanda Silva...

A spring afternoon portrait session with good friend and fellow photographer Fernanda Silva. Being a photographer, you are constantly pushing and updating your work, with some of Fernanda's recent business updates she asked me to photograph a new portrait of her for her website. I was more than happy to catch a few frames with the blossoming trees and spring light around the neighborhood. See more of her work here