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.”
A do-it-yourself type her whole life, wife and mom Jessica taught herself the ins and outs of photography. She was drawn to it because of its precision in telling stories and capturing the emotions of a precise moment—and it still captivates her. She captures these moments with photo sessions for kids, couples, and families, as well as high-school senior portraits and newborn photography. But she doesn't stop with posed sessions: her degree in wedding and event planning helps her capture the more candid nature of large festivities.
Photographer Grace Trudeau was a full-time model before she picked up her first Nikon DSLR. Drawing upon her experience on both sides of the lens, Grace gives clients posing ideas and shows them her images as she shoots so they can see how they look. During each session, she wields two Nikon DSLR cameras and a trio of lenses , whether she’s working under the soft lights of her home studio or on-location on a farm, at the beach, or in the woods. At the end of each session, Grace custom-edits images, enhancing colors or injecting textures to add depth. Next, she prints out the resulting images onto canvas prints, statuettes, holiday cards, and accordion books; or transfers them onto iPhone cases, mouse pads, and shirts.
When she’s not shooting and editing, Grace is donating her time to various charities and mentoring beginning photographers. At her studio she teaches them about DSLR camera settings, the basics of shooting, and how not to smear peanut butter on your lenses. She then leads them through a real photo-shoot; and invites them to edit their photos alongside her while she gives advice.
Landmarks Gallery is a full service gallery. We provide original artwork, prints, custom framing, and restoration of fine art. Professional appraisal service is offered for value, insurance or estate purposes. We are family run and have been in business for 45 years.
Opening a small business might seem like a big step for some people, but Ron Wimmer had seen enough in his life to take a risk. After traveling the world as a photojournalist for five years, Wimmer returned home and opened his first professional studio. He moved his family and studio to the Midwest in 1994, and he has since kept busy doing what he loves: capturing intimate moments from behind the camera. Today, Wimmer works both on location and in a Wauwatosa-based, 2500-square-foot studio, snapping photographs of individuals, groups, and families, among many other subjects.
A member of the Camera Craftsmen of America, Tony Cilento has captured images of families, weddings, and famous subjects such as Cher and Pope John Paul II. At his studios across the country, he oversees the extensive training of each of his photographers until he's confident they can uphold his standards, which have garnered him the United Nations International Photographic Council award. The highly trained photographers provide impeccable service while photographing birthdays, holidays, weddings, moms-to-be, seniors, and families.
Owner Melissa Yokofich and her all-female staff of experts help unleash clients’ sexual prowess during artistic boudoir photo shoots. In each one-hour, in-studio session, the photographer works to ensure comfort, helping guide patrons through figure-flattering poses while listening to feedback and renditions of favorite musical numbers. Clients pose in three ensembles per session, discussing lingerie-retailer recommendations and styling tips with staffers during a complimentary preappointment phone consultation. After the shoot, clients choose their favorite photo from a set of 20–25 retouched images, and receive a 5"x7" print to present to a loved one or persuade a magic mirror of their fairness dominance.