Lindsay Geankoplis has been an artist, educator, and all-around rad person in Beijing since her arrival in 2013. Maybe you saw her and her family in last month’s beijingkids Home and Relocation Guide as they are currently in the process of making their way back stateside. Throughout her tenure here in Beijing many kids have had the opportunity to know her as the secondary art teacher at Yew Chung International School of Beijing (YCIS Beijing), but what they might not know is that she is also a very talented portrait photographer.
This weekend, from Jun 3-4, she will be available at Loma Lake for family mini session portraits. For RMB 600 you get 30-minutes, ten images, and a print release. That’s a pretty great deal for somebody of her versatile talent behind the camera. But don’t take our word for it, check out her samples here from her website where it seems like she just effortlessly brings out the best in every family she’s had the pleasure of working with.
As we live in a time where every aspect of our lives can be documented with our smart devices, we sometimes lose touch with the power of a professional, high-resolution image, that is worthy of being hung on the wall and cherished for years to come. While you will also be getting digital versions of these pics to show off on your Facebook and WeChat moments, do yourself a favor and deck your walls with the photos of people you love most in this world.
Book today through emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Availability is limited, so make sure to act fast. You’ve likely noticed all of this beautiful weather we’ve been having over the past couple of weeks, so we don’t need to tell you spring is upon us, and this also lends itself to great portraits!
photos: Dave’s Studio, Lindsay Geankoplis