Blue and white abstract photograph of bare winter trees swaying against and overcast sky. Modern art for the office, dining room, and living room.
Life can be stuffy, but your home doesn’t have to be. I designed this nature sketch-like photograph to add a bit of fun to your art collection while still fitting with your modern, slightly minimal decor. The movement of the trees remind me of grasses swaying in the wind or a detail of fur on the backs of our fuzzy friends. Furry Field will add a smile to any room but we think it’s lightheartedness goes especially well as a wrapped canvas in a family room, guest bedroom, or reception area.
- Jennifer Squires ProductionsOwner/Photographer, 1996 - present
- Matthew Plexman PhotographyProducer + First Assistant, 2001 - 2005
Well hello! We’re pleased to meet you!
I’m Jennifer Squires Ross and together with my husband Darren Ross we run a photography business out of our home in London, Ontario, Canada. I specialize in picture making and Darren is fondly known as the CFO (chief fax operator), he 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, back in the days of over-gelled lights, polaroids, and darkrooms. These days I take a more organic approach to photography, using as much natural light as possible, highlighting what matters most, and allowing it to sing.
I’ve won awards for my work, been published in magazines across North America, and have work in private collections in Canada, the USA, the UK, Australia, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, and beyond. But what thrills me more is to see the the world through the tranquility of my lens.
I specialize in fine art, editorial, and commercial photography, and I want to share my world with you.
Because starting my day watching the sunrise while I stand alone on a quiet beach is magical, inspiring, uplifting, and really healthy for my soul.”
~ Jennifer Squires Ross
- Fanshawe CollegeAdvanced Photography, 1998 - 1999
- Fanshawe CollegePhotography, 1996 - 1998