Cindy Sherman developed a love for photography at a young age and, after working as a professional photographer since 1980, opened her own studio in 1985. Cindy specializes in portraits of families, high-school seniors, expectant mothers, and pets at her studio, which has indoor settings and a 1-acre outdoor portrait garden with plenty of photogenic settings including a waterfall, a castle-style wall, and a crashed UFO. She also travels to local homes and other venues to take on-location portraits and wedding action shots.
Committed to bringing exciting performances to the Treasure Valley area, Idaho Performing Arts scores a hit with its presentation of Imagine, a popular Beatles tribute band. The members of Imagine have rocked on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, and actually take on the personas of John, Paul, George, Ringo, and Alex, from their Liverpudlian accents to their fab footwear to their conflicted feelings about Yoko. Those who recall the frantic cries of “The mop tops are coming” during the early days of the British invasion will come together over songs including “Hey Jude,” “Help!,” and “Here Comes the Sun.”
A bride's blinding smile. Icicles dripping from the spokes of long-forgotten wagon wheels. A high-fashion model with vibrant face paint highlighting her features. The photographer at Love Life Media knows just how to capture the vibrancy in each of these scenes and many more. Varied in its subjects yet singular in style, her portfolio shows off several aspects of her talent, including the ability to work with natural light outdoors, an aptitude for sneaking candid smiles of little ones, and a knack for getting teens to put down their homework just once to pose for senior portraits.
The skilled archivists at MAD Technologies accept old media and document formats via mail or in-store drop off, giving families and organizations a hassle-free means of preserving cherished content that happens to live on obsolete formats. Elderly books become digitized epics, and grainy home movies recorded onto Beta or 8mm film are reborn in pixels, all with customization options and lightning-quick turnaround. While digital material should last longer than its analog predecessors, MAD Technologies' staff plays it safe–technicians automatically archive and store all images and video, in the event that discs should be damaged or run away from home in their rebellious teenage years.