Halloween Portraits!

Well here we go! Our Fourth Annual Spooktacular Halloween Portraits are happening October 23, scheduled a littler earlier this year because I’m traveling to North Carolina the very next day to photograph a wedding.

Spooky highlights from last year can be seen here, and by spooky, I mean delightful (search #justinhackworthhalloween for more cute stuff). 

It’s been so darn fun each year, I just can’t wait to do it again. So here’s the low down.

Come to my studio with your kids in their costumes (all ages are welcome, not just the littles!) any time from 2-6 pm on October 23 for a quick portrait (earlier times tend to have a shorter wait time). I will deliver the pictures to you by Halloween day. Once you get them, you’re welcome to post on Instagram or Facebook or send to family and friends, or just keep to yourself and cry because your kids are growing up too fast. And just like last year (and the year before and the year before), it’s free and fun and cute as can be. 

Who: Our favorite clients and friends

Where: Justin Hackworth Photography, 1 E Center Street, Suite 205, Provo

When: Tuesday, October 23 from 2-6 pm

Why: It’s a way to say thanks to our clients and friends, and because we just can’t wait to see what costumes you cook up

Another why: See P.S. below

Cost: No charge, of course! 


Well, there you go. If you’re in the area, we hope to see you on October 23. And if you are receiving this email and don’t live near, I’m sorry to taunt you with something so fun and so wonderful that you don’t get to do. 

High five,

P.S. This year, we’re adding something new! We’re inviting you to join us in gathering non-perishable food for our local food bank. Last year they distributed nearly 5 million pounds of needed food! If you want to bring some food, that would be great. If it’s not a good fit for you, or you’re running late, or you forget your bag of food you meant to bring, please still come! It won’t be the same without you! 

If you’d like to donate, some of their most needed items are for kids’ nutrition packs—things like granola bars, natural juice boxes, raisins, peanut butter crackers and fruit and grain bars. See a full list of needed items here.