For the woman in front of the camera, a boudoir photo shoot demands vulnerability. When she isn?t snapping boudoir pictures, Rebecca draws on more than 25 years of photographic experience?14 of which she spent as an advertising photographer for the Kansas City Star?to capture images of families, kids, high-school seniors, and expectant moms. After each session, Rebecca airbrushes and retouches photos before preserving clients' favorites with prints, albums, CDs of digital images, or wall art.
Innerspace Storage is the Kansas City area's leader in RV, boat & auto storage in a secure underground facility. Our facility naturally stays 65 degrees year round (and is dehumidified) and offers protection from extreme temperatures of heat and freezing in addition to storm damage such as hail, tornadoes, rain, or snow.
Pam Rector picked up her first roll of wallpaper as a little girl. As the spark of passion for color and design ignited, her mother fanned the flames, letting Pam redesign her room as many times as she wanted. By age 14, she had mastered the techniques of sewing pillows and painting furniture, allowing her room to grow as an “extension of her true personality.” As an adult, she temporarily put her design ambitions aside to begin a stint in the restaurant business, but she couldn’t keep her creativity stifled. The hand-drawn fliers and holiday decorations that she worked on in her spare time opened up the window to her dream job, and she eventually quit the corporate world and became a full-time designer.
Founding Rector Studio in March 2012, Pam now works with clients on decorating projects that range from full home makeovers to color consultation. Armed with color swatches, fabrics, and a carpet-to-English dictionary, she adds small touches with custom-made pillows, draperies and blinds, or re-does larger decor from flooring to furniture. While working on redesigns, Pam also keeps budgets in mind, maintaining an artistic vision that won’t break the bank.
Doctor of Naturopathy Inge Wetzel assesses the condition of the human body by studying some of its less conventionally considered aspects. She uses a computerized biofeedback system to monitor impulses emitted by the hand, subsequently drawing conclusions about the body’s balance. Similarly, she reads markings on the iris, the colored part of the eye, to screen for problems that span the body. Kinesiology sessions test for weaknesses in certain muscles to reveal physical or nutritional deficiencies, and biological terrain assessments will show stresses on different organs based on the body's internal environment. Dr. Wetzel also offers personalized weight-loss programs.
A joint father-daughter venture, Scott E. Thomas & Daughter Photography seizes snapshots in an inviting, intimate setting in which customer satisfaction drives each shutter click. Scott and Jessica keep a wide lens, shooting weddings, pets, babies, seniors, baby athletes, and more.