Sara Harvey believes we all need keepsakes to remind us of good times, and through her photography, she frames those fond memories for posterity. An experienced shutterbug, she?s had work published in Click magazine and has photographed such notables as five-time Grammy winner Jos? Feliciano and 2010 Olympic gold medalist Steve Mesler. Continually learning and nurturing her passion for photography, she gains new experience each day during portrait sessions for everyone from families and moms-to-be to models and pets. She also specializes in large events, such as weddings and parties.
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.”
At Key to Life Photography, a professional photographer immortalizes clients' precious moments through on-location shoots. She channels a lifelong love of photography into extensive wedding packages and portrait sessions, providing glossy prints and edited digital images of the occasions.
Using a combination of soft texture and natural light, photographer Matt King snaps photos of children and families that look like they could have been drawn in pastel. His more than 50 acres of Tennessee countryside surround subjects as they pose amid flowers, sit in leaf piles, or pick their steps across a smooth, clear brook. When he’s not taking photos in his own neck of the woods, Matt meets clients at other Tennessee locals where he scouts out photogenic backdrops.
Monica Parks picked up her first camera at the age of 4 and instantly had an affinity for it. It took her until nearly the age of 30 to fully acknowledge that passion, though. When she did, she started Monica Parks Photography to share her love of simple images done well with all her clients. She snaps photos for families, children, newborns, engagements, and, of course, weddings. She does her best to capture people at their most vulnerable and authentic with every shot.
Helmed by a friendly, dedicated artist, the online emporium of personalized products bursts with a bevy of colorful invitations, stationery, address labels, and more. Employing whimsically unpredictable color combos and customized lettering, the crafty creator fashions distinctive items for a dizzying array of occasions, from informal birthday parties to elegant parrot weddings. Karaoke-inclined hosts can prepare guests for crooned versions of "Old MacDonald" with popstar invitations ($3 each; minimum order of 25). Apple slice note pads make fruit an omnipresent grocery-list item ($30 for four), and the brightly shaded personalized growth chart ($75) plots the progress of your child's or pet goldfish’s vertical climb up to 7 feet. Aspiring card architects can upload their own family photos or poorly scanned tax returns onto a 12-pack of colorful classic photo cards ($38).