As the mother of four small children, Lauren Wicker knows what it means to be patient. She also knows how quickly cherished moments come and go, and the importance of preserving those moments as often as possible. With that in mind, Lauren steps behind her camera to conduct on-location shoots, specializing in everything from babies and families to weddings and school portraits. She also works extensively with special needs children and adults, and has photographed approximately 100 special needs individuals during her career.
The path that Carmicia K. Goff took to professional photography began when she received a video camera for her 11th birthday and found she loved to, as she put it, "capture memories." With her younger sister Mercedes, Ms. Goff shoots video and photos with a natural and realistic style. They work in many different areas, including photographing families, taking headshots, and documenting weddings.
Be an active part of your pet photography session! I will work with you to decide on a special location session that speaks volumes about your pet's personality, your special bond and activities you enjoy together. I look forward to building a relationship with you and creating your sentimental art!
In the rural community where photographer Rusty Worden grew up, locals were fond of urging one another to "cowboy up." Ever the sparkplug, Worden coined the phrase "rocker down" as a light-hearted way of expressing his own individuality. He lent the name to his business, RockerDown Studios, where he works to channel that same independent spirit into helping clients express themselves during in-studio and on-location photo shoots.
RockerDown Studios boasts a 1,500-square-foot space, complete with sets, props, and backdrops that add life to family portraits, maternity photos, and graduation pictures. Worden also packs up his kit and travels to wedding ceremonies in order to shoot video footage and snap candid photos of the bride, groom, and guests during the festivities. He also offers design service for businesses and extends some co-op studio time to photographers in need of space and chameleons that like basking on green screens.