Rachel Hadiashar

Rachel is a modern portrait artist whose goal is to produce honest and insightful portraits that connect clients with their most confident, powerful, and spirited selves.

New Photography Series Shines A Light On Creative Oregonians

New Photography Series Shines A Light On Creative Oregonians FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: [1/1/2024] Rachel HadiasharZing Studio Sherwood Capturing Brilliant Oregonians“50 Women Over 50” Photographer Broadens Scope Sherwood, Oregon: Photographer Rachel Hadiashar, known for her work with musicians and her “50 Women Over 50” project, invites creative Oregonians to commission a portrait for her newest portrait […]

5889

5889 “I do define attractive differently now. I think of attractive not in the conventional sense of beauty of body or face but more in the sense of enthusiasm for life in whatever form it takes.” Maggie Maggio was interviewed and photographed in 2022 at the age of 67 by Photographer Rachel Hadiashar.

5889 years of collective life experience and wisdom.  I am thrilled to announce that my portrait campaign featuring 100 vibrant women over 50 will be showcased at the Hillsboro Library at Brookwood. The gallery will run throughout the month of March in honor of Women’s History Month!  This exhibit is not just a collection of […]

Wendy Harris, 64

Wendy Harris, 64 “What matters cannot be measured in dollars. It should be measured in the people we love, the friends we nurture and the way we treat strangers.” Wendy Harris was photographed in 2022 at the age of 64 by Photographer Rachel Hadiashar at the portrait studio in Sherwood, Oregon.

“What matters cannot be measured in dollars. It should be measured in the people we love, the friends we nurture and the way we treat strangers.” Wendy Harris was photographed in 2022 at the age of 64 by Photographer Rachel Hadiashar at the portrait studio in Sherwood, Oregon.

Jennifer McLaughlin, 50

Jennifer McLaughlin, 50 “I would like to bust the myth that we are irrelevant. AARP has released a study showing that 75% of women over 40 who have been displaced from their jobs during Covid have been displaced for at least six months.” Jennifer McLaughlin was photographed in 2022 at the age of 50 by Oregon Photographer Rachel Hadiashar at the studio in Sherwood.

“I would like to bust the myth that we are irrelevant. AARP has released a study showing that 75% of women over 40 who have been displaced from their jobs during Covid have been displaced for at least six months.” Jennifer McLaughlin was photographed in 2022 at the age of 50 by Oregon Photographer Rachel Hadiashar at the studio in Sherwood.

Vicki Giampietro, 64

Vicki Giampietro, 64 “I've pretty much always felt that being in shape is what makes you attractive, even as I've felt that inner beauty is more important - so I've always been conflicted about this. I want to believe that inner beauty is the most important, as well as healthy fitness (even if that doesn't mean "thin"), but it's something that I struggle with constantly.” Vicki Giampietro was photographed in 2022 at the age of 64 by Oregon Photographer Rachel Hadiashar at the photo studio in Sherwood, Oregon.

“I’ve pretty much always felt that being in shape is what makes you attractive, even as I’ve felt that inner beauty is more important – so I’ve always been conflicted about this. I want to believe that inner beauty is the most important, as well as healthy fitness (even if that doesn’t mean “thin”), but it’s something that I struggle with constantly.” Vicki Giampietro was photographed in 2022 at the age of 64 by Oregon Photographer Rachel Hadiashar at the photo studio in Sherwood, Oregon.

Pam Meisinger, 59

Pam Meisinger, 59 “I have always been one who is attracted to good, kind people with good hearts. This is even more important to me now. Life is too short to be around people who are not the kindest of people.” Pam Meisinger was photographed and interviewed in 2022 at the age of 59 by Sherwood Portrait Photographer Rachel Hadiashar.

“I have always been one who is attracted to good, kind people with good hearts. This is even more important to me now. Life is too short to be around people who are not the kindest of people.” Pam Meisinger was photographed and interviewed in 2022 at the age of 59 by Sherwood Portrait Photographer Rachel Hadiashar.