I was absolutely thrilled when my friend Sandy of Fresh Pasture Farms approached me
to take pictures around their farm to vamp up their web presence.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned about myself in this business, it’s that I thrive in situations
where I have a lot of creative reign with some specific end goals in mind,
whether that’s an album, new website layouts, card designs, or wall galleries.
So I was naturally excited to get to work!
Let me tell you a little bit about Fresh Pasture Farms.
FPF is a family-owned farm run by Norm and Sandy and their son Wade and his wife Jaime
with help from their daughter Wendy, her husband Walter, and their sweet little Sophia.
They offers pasture-raised poultry, eggs and pork,
just 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis.
They also have seasonal produce grown in their gardens,
honey and beeswax,
and other wholesome nutritious foods available for your family.
Guys, I’m talking animals raised on grass, without hormones, antibiotics, and
organic seed and plants with no commercial fertilizers, pesticides or insecticides.
Food you can confidently feed your family!!
Sandy is also a holistic health coach and an
expert on using essential oils for health and wellbeing,
one of my oils mentors in fact!
Go check out their websites, and then check em out in a few weeks
after all their new pictures make an appearance!
Thank you, Sutter family, for trusting me with the face of your business!
It was an honor and a joy to work with you!
And now, enjoy some pictures from around the farm!
On a side note, thanks to my wonderful assistant Katelynn for trudging through the muddy fields with me.
You rock! : )
Also, just in case you’re wondering, there’s nothing wrong with the
white chickens who don’t quite have all their feathers.
Those baby chicks grow up fast, and they eventually loose their fluffy yellow covering as
they get their mature feathers.
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