Kerry Raftis of Keyshots Photography has long been known by the international community for her magazine covers, individual portraits, and family photo shoots. She’s a familiar face on the Tokyo social scene, and has been photographing parties and other social events since 2002.
Kerry’s services have recently extended to include recording memories for the younger members of the international community, especially with her new photo booth. “We have been using our photo booth at lots of school fairs and school parties, which are always really fun!” she says.
With the school photography season coming up, Kerry will be busy visiting a wide range of international schools, as well as planning Shichi-go-san kimono portraits in a few months time. For this traditional rite of passage for girls aged three and seven years, and boys aged three and five years, Kerry visits a school complete with kimono for the children to dress up in, and a stylist so the children are dressed professionally. She then takes traditional Japanese-style portraits, creating the memory of a lifetime, and the perfect gift for family members in home countries.
Keyshots also offers a wide range of photography services throughout the school year, including softcover and hardcover yearbook design and printing services, with a fully bilingual design team.
Keyshots is available for full coverage of school events, or just to provide support coverage of certain events that might not be covered by your official school photographer, if you have one.