Since 1976, East Greenwich Photo & Studio’s Soozie Sundlun has captured photos of eminent figures such as Ray Charles, Tony Bennet, Barack Obama, and Jon Bon Jovi. In addition to snapping shots at her studio, she meets her subjects on location and applies a photojournalistic style to wedding photography. Sundlun’s studio even offers video transfer services and videography.
For more than 25 years—and two generations—Visions Forever has been preserving memories through revitalized heirlooms and fresh photographs. Their lab techs keep nostalgia intact by restoring old photos and transferring outdated video formats onto DVD. For newly minted memories, its photographers snap family portraits during indoor or outdoor photo shoots. After retouching the photos, they place them online for easy viewing by friends and relatives. They also capture once-in-a-lifetime moments at weddings. Crews travel to these special events, where they take video and photographs.
Cinematically framing moments within the lenses of their professional filming equipment, Hayward Videography's team captures all memorable events on DVD. They shoot everything from weddings and bar mitzvahs to award ceremonies, speaking events, and family reunions, editing all video for seamless productions.
Rick Bern discovers beauty and intrigue in even the most mundane details of the world about him. Fueled by that passion, he turned his photography hobby into a full-fledged career, publishing work in the New York Times and the Boston Globe, and winning the Bride’s Choice Award from WeddingWire.com. With an armada of Nikon cameras and gear suited to on-location and in-studio shoots, he spends his days snapping crisply composed photos during weddings and bar mitzvahs, as well as portrait sessions for actors, families, and kids. Having grown his business so successfully, today Rick surrounds himself with a team of equally skilled full-time shutterbugs to better cover a wide range of events and shoots, and promises a 100% money-back guarantee if his customers aren’t completely satisfied with their sessions. He also commits himself to the community by working with organizations such as March of Dimes and Youk’s Kids.
Experienced framers Barry Stahl and Bob Clayton built Big Picture Framing from scratch in 2000, holding meetings around an old card table as construction roared around them. Today, framers at 15 area locations craft custom frames to display artwork, photographs, and record sleeves, and shadow boxes protect three-dimensional items such as ballet slippers, macaroni art, or a swarm of wasps. Patrons can dictate all design choices, choosing from metal and wooden frames in a multitude of colors and styles, or ask for recommendations from one of Big Picture Framing's resident experts. Big Picture Framing also stocks pre-framed art, prints, and posters to spruce up bare-walled homes or a drab doghouse.