thank you design*sponge


Wow! I am so incredibly honoured to have my seascape images featured on Design*Sponge! I am speechless with delight! Click over there and see what they have to say about my photography: Jennifer Squires on Design*Sponge.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Design*Sponge, they are a blog-style website that focuses on home and product design. They have over 50 000 daily readers and The NY Times has declared them as “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials”. This is a really great opportunity for us to increase our exposure to some new readers and art lovers. Thank you so much Grace and the rest of your team for supporting independent artists and designers!

If you are new to Jennifer Squires Productions and are coming here from Design*Sponge, well hello! We’re pleased to meet you! I’m Jennifer Squires Ross and together with my husband Darren Ross we run a small photography business out of our home in London, Ontario, Canada. I specialize in picture taking and picture making and Darren is fondly known as the CFO (chief fax operator) and takes care of administrative tasks, plus he makes a mean hot chocolate; earning himself extra points at 5am when I’m off to a location shoot.

I’ve been photographing professionally since 1996 and opened our online shop in 2008. This blog supports both our shop and our website, and is also sprinkled with other little posts that I thought you might find interesting (including some really yummy recipes). We even offer the occasional giveaway and free download so be sure to check those out too. So thank you for your interest in our work and have fun looking at everything we have to offer. Most of all, if you have any questions, just ask!

xo Jennifer + Darren

4 thoughts on “thank you design*sponge

  1. Lydia, Clueless Crafter says:

    What a breath of fresh air your work is. It also boats intrigue. Should I go down the railing into the water? Or, is something lurking? Beautiful composition overall, especially the railing that enter from nowhere in the right foreground and carries the eye through to the center, where it drops off. . .into. . . ?

    I could have used an image like this to get me through Art Basel!

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