Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Five Women


Ife is an arts administrator.  She was born Michelle, but 27 years ago she was looking for a name for her baby daughter.  She came across the name Ife and took it for herself.


Lisa was ordering lunches for a doctor's office.  I offered to carry the bags to her car if 
she let me take her photograph.  I got the better part of that bargain.


She sells hamburgers.  Could you guess?


Lisa (above) and Nicole (below) both work in a boutique in West Hartford Center.
They were reluctant at first to be photographed.  I told them I would delete the photos if they didn't like them.  They each chose one they liked best.  Here they are.

7 comments:

RedPat said...

You are so brave the way you ask people for portraits, Jack!

William Kendall said...

Wonderful portraits!

Sharon said...

Another fabulous group of portraits Jack.

jennyfreckles said...

Great that Ife chose her own name. I like mine so I've never been tempted to change but I think it's a great statement to make.

Kay said...

Super portraits!
(I'm sorry you had trouble posting today. I'm not sure what's going on but I think my site chokes when someone hasn't commented for a while. This happened to Kate/Visual St. Paul the other day but I've not gotten complaints from others who post daily. I updated some of my software this evening. I hope that improves things. I'd appreciate if you'd drop by again soon and let me know if it's still a problem for you. Thanks.)

bill burke said...

Five women and one photographer! Well done Jack on the wonderful portraits of these beautiful women.

Kate said...

Different faces, different personalities. Love the hamburger hat!