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About

{image lovingly drawn by Lesley Morgan after her visit to the farm}

My name is Jennifer Warthan.

I’m a farm wife, a Mama, a film photographer and I spend my days surrounded by crops, children and animals.

I specialize in capturing the barefoot and carefree on film.

My husband and I have lived in the same small town all our lives. We love where we live, we love the friends we’ve known our whole lives, we love being surrounded by family and we know we’re at home.

We have three mischievously adorable little girls and one handsome, sweet boy.

We work about 1200 acres of beautiful Virginia farmland and the whole process fascinates me even though I’ve been around farming my whole life.

Visiting Surry County, Virginia? Come see us!

*one small  note – ours is a working farm and I cannot guarantee planting/blooming/harvesting dates nor the availability of any of our equipment for photography purposes*

I’ve also been lucky enough to be featured by Lemonade and Lenses, Film Box, Light InspiredGirl Hearts Camera, Evoking You, EpiphanieInside The LockerRocket City Mom, Rock My PhotographyHolly Clouse Photography,  the Richmond Times Dispatch, the National Peanut Board, the Sussex Surry Dispatch, the Tidewater News, the Pioneer Woman and the Maternal Lens. I’ve hosted exhibits on the walls of Aromas Coffee and Tea, and in the gallery of the Wakefield Foundation.  Most days though you can just find me in my kitchen!

Jennifer Warthan | Photographer | 2119 Hickory Hill Rd. Waverly, Virginia | jennifer@warthanfarms.com | 757.899.0178

 Warthan Farms Photography does not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability. 

 

images courtesy of Heather Meyer:
July 25, 2012 - 6:18 pm

Jennifer - Farm living is the life for me! :) <3 Looking forward to reading more of your blog.

October 9, 2012 - 8:33 pm

Marilee Robbins - Love your blog. I am a novice photographer, mom, grand mom, and farmers wife.
Just now getting serious about photography. We live in Oklahoma and grow wheat and cotton. I was born and raise on the farm and married a farmer. Love your pictures on the farm. Would like more info about your workshops.

Thanks

Marilee Robbins.

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