A full-time professional photographer with experience spanning the fields of fashion and photojournalism, with more than a decade of experience photographing weddings around the world. Working with couples to plan both local and destination weddings. Every wedding has surprises – but the quality of your photos shouldn't be.
Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.
Today, Lifetouch and its subsidiaries serve the photographic needs of people of all ages. Lifetouch truly is “memories for a lifetime.”
Tiffanie and Tawn, the shutter-snapping sister duo behind A.Muse (Squared) Photography, take a fresh approach to family, child, and portrait and event photography, favoring images tinged with the natural quality of photojournalism over stiff poses. During the two-hour shoot, one or both photo-takers wield their magic contraptions to capture beautiful smiles, sentimental looks, and lurking Broadway stars hoping to steal the limelight. Set up an equestrian session to depict the affection between owner and obsolete buggy-engine. After the frame-freezing session, clients can access an online gallery of all shots before choosing an 8"x10" print to display on the living room wall or the side of the family blimp.
A ponytailed toddler grips her sunglasses determinedly as her parents crouch, smiling, in the background. Walking atop either side of a railroad track, a young couple bridges the distance with their hands. In the midst of wedding preparations, a bride pauses to read a love letter from her soon-to-be spouse. These are a few of the fleeting moments placed in a beautiful image-jail by This Is Life Photography’s founder Marisa. Fascinated by the power of freezing time since she was a child, she composes portraits and wedding scenes with an eye toward creating mementos that can be handed down for generations.
A sultry boudoir shoot rarely emphasizes its subject’s wingspan, but the two female photographers who helm Flash Boudoir—Tina Celle and Melissa Mulera—never shy away from an unusual image. Featured by ABC15, their shots can capture women sporting lingerie and feathered wings, artistically draped in bed sheets, and posing for pinup shots in vintage-style swimsuits. As she shoots, Tina draws on her years in fashion journalism, whereas Melissa pulls from her background in fine art and graphic design. Their private studio brims with unique sets for clients to choose from, such as beds piled in pink sateen and pole-dancing sets featuring rehabilitated tetherball poles.