Preserve Painting’s insured and bonded crews transform surfaces indoors and out with bright new hues and preserve them with exterior power-washing services. The professionals have painted more than 750 interiors and exteriors in the Twin Cities area, applying their brushes and rollers to a variety of materials including vinyl and aluminum. Artistic workers can personalize rooms with specialty finishes such as crackle, ragging, or stripes, ideal for camouflaging escaped prisoners. Preserve Painting can also maintain a home's peripherals by staining and refinishing decks and fences or pressure washing away grit from driveways. To ensure customer satisfaction, work is backed by the company's three-year written limited warranty.
Though VHS tapes may be of sentimental value, their usefulness is fading in the modern world. National Video Transfer’s employees ensure the memories stored within VHS and all forms of outdated or rare media devices remain intact and compatible with current technology. They can transfer and update the content of any kind of video—from VHS to Betamax—and relocate it to DVD without losing quality or the only known recording of dad dancing. The media specialists can even transfer film using the trusted Elmo TRV, transfer audiocassette tunes onto CDs, or simply duplicate existing CD and DVD content.
Matthew Kemmetmueller took the reigns of Kemmetmueller Photography in 2010, but the roots of the business go much deeper down than that. Matthew's father founded the studio in 1972, long before the invention of digital photography and when the term "camera-phone" just meant a rotary phone on a tripod. In June of 2013, Matthew was named Member of the Month at Wedding & Portrait Photography International, and his business has expanded beyond family portraits, sports shots, and senior photos to include photography and technical workshops.
Quality vintage clothing, jewelry & accessories from the 1900s- 1980s; specializing in wears from the 50s-60s Our racks and brimming with the finest in yesterday's goods! Circa Vintage emphasizes today's style with original pieces that echo today's looks.
Rather than hauling unwieldy lighting equipment to every photo shoot, Jennifer Togal relies on natural sunlight to illuminate her subjects. For all of her on-location photo shoots, Jennifer whisks her clients—engaged couples, newlyweds, and even youngsters—away to idyllic settings such as woodland trails and sandy beaches. Once there, she uses her friendly manner and professionalism to put clients at ease in order to capture moments as natural as her lighting. During the shoot, she snaps candid shots instead of positioning clients in traditional portrait poses, such as seated in a wingback chair or bent over limbo-style. Afterward, Jennifer preserves her client's favorite pictures with various-size prints, digital images assembled on CD, or negatives launched into space where they orbit earth forever.
Michael Weber and Nick Adams aim their lenses at everything from beaming couples to photogenic plates of pasta. The two harness more than 25 years of combined experience as they craft images—not the kind that sit sedately in frames, but rather the kind that leap out, grab your face, and launch into stories about dimpled babies, flying mortarboards, and couples vowing to stay together in sickness and in health. Their artistic, modern style yields images perfect for family albums but also polished enough for model portfolios. They share the techniques behind that deft approach during introductory and advanced photography classes, passing down their exuberance for the art form whose development spared museum-goers from more dreary years of staring at da Vinci’s finger paintings.