Hingework, Lancaster, PA
Rain changed our plans on the day of Ashley’s portrait session. We originally had planned a shoot at some gardens in one of Lancaster’s many public parks, but instead moved the session inside to the beautiful Hingework studio. Ashley is creative, kind, strong, and generous. She’s committed her life to being an advocate for victims of crimes, especially fighting for those who were victims of sexual or violent crimes.
Hingework’s beautiful, white studio and Ashley’s vintage copy of The Scarlet Letter set the tone for intimate and dreamy portraits.
The white walls and light floor also added the perfect contrast to the rich greens of Ashley’s outfit and the nearby studio plant!
Outside of Hingework’s studio space is a common space room filled to the brim with character. This building used to be a cigar box factory! The walls are adorned with thousands of vintage labels slapped up by factory workers in years past.
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