Creative photo sessions that focus on you, family, friends, loved ones, and moments to celebrate.
Head shots and profiles
Represent yourself, your business, talents, passions and personal or professional achievements.
Hand Drawn portraits
Realistic pencil drawings and portraits created from favorite photographs and hand drawn by Sarah Kelly.
"I highly recommend Sarah for any of your photography needs. She took her time to make sure I received the best quality pictures with my most genuine smile. She had a knack for choosing the right lighting to capture my most youthful look. The best part was the beautiful and friendly conversation we had which sparked a feeling of passion with my life's journey. She has a beautiful uplifting personality that made it easy for a joyful spirit to shine through. By the end of our photo session, I felt excited. I knew I had chosen the right person with a special talent to do my photos. Thank you for sharing your creative gifts with such a personal touch." -Lorie Gelsheimer - April 2016
"I recommend Sarah as a photographer who takes time to get it right. She is highly skilled and very patient. She took so many great shots that it was hard to make the final choices. Although it took a little longer for me to decide, she never lost her professional sweet approach. Thanks Sarah." Jan A., Oakville May 2016
I love to help people feel good about themselves, share memories with the ones who mean most, celebrate passions and achievements, in preserving special moments of life through creative imagery.
Hello, I'm Sarah Kelly. Portrait artist, photographer, entrepreneur, creative. As a photographer, I take the time to learn a bit about you and what makes you unique, so I understand what to focus on during your photography session, providing you with a comfortable setting, enjoyable experience and high quality images you will love.
As a portrait artist, I help you celebrate a special person, passion, story or achievement through custom and original hand drawn portraits.
With a background in fine arts, being approached to photograph my first wedding in 2006 by a co-worker and friend changed my love of photography from hobby to vocation, as I discovered a new canvas to create on, new medium to work with, and a new art form to mold.
I look forward to connecting with you.