The Faces of Freedom Project Portraits
I had the privilege once again to create portraits of a number of veterans for The Faces of Freedom Project at the 2017 Field of Valor at Handy Park in Orange, CA. It was a beautiful Fall day – in a gorgeous location, surrounded by a field of 1776 American flags fluttering gently in the breeze. Who could ask for more!
Thank you again to all my wonderful family and friends who assisted with the portrait session that day. I cannot do this alone. Your help was invaluable. And thanks again to the Community Foundation of Orange for allowing me to be a part of this fantastic celebration of the men and women of our armed forces.
If you had your portrait done that day, feel free to download the 5×7 printable version from the gallery below. To download, click on the smaller thumbnail image to view the full size image. Then, right-click on the full size image to save to your computer.
(Please note: these portraits are for personal use of the participants only, and may not be used for marketing / advertising, or any other purpose. Please do not alter the images in any way – i.e., cropping, coloring, etc.).
The Faces of Freedom Project is a simple effort to say “Thank you for your service” to our US military veterans and active duty personnel through the medium of professional portraiture. There is never any cost to the veteran to participate. If you are a veteran (or active duty military), or know someone who is, please spread the word. I’d love to include them in this portrait project.
Thank you again for your service! If you’d like to be kept informed of upcoming Faces of Freedom Project events, please like The Faces of Freedom Project Facebook Page