Jenny Daughtry doesn't need a studio. As the head photographer for Daughtry Photography, she harnesses natural light and the beauty of the greater San Francisco area to frame portraits of families in the scenic forest or glamorous subjects at the beach. Jenny also preserves festive nuptial memories during wedding shoots and provides promotional shots for models, actors, and musicians.
Brick House Images specializes in inspirational photography. Jared Brick is the owner + has been in operation since 2000. BHI shoots all types of events, portraits, landscapes, documentary, family, products and even fine art prints. in 2004, Jared started innovative digital photography lessons to share his passions!
At Alyssa Kapnik Portraiture, Alyssa captures artfully framed shots that express the personalities of families, couples, and individuals. Glowing testimonials attest to her playful, individual approach when taking portraits. Stepping outside the usual portrait session, Alyssa has covered events such as softball games and kennel-club dog shows, as well as dabbled in travel photography.
In class, Setareh Shahvaran is a science major, but professionally she's a photographer. At Seti Photography, her pictures are as diverse as her interests, spanning from weddings to nature to portraiture. As a Bay Area native, her photo shoots serve as a way to immortalize local people and places. Click here to take a peek at some of her work.
Over the last decade, Lynne Klein has worked with hundreds of clients across the San Francisco Bay Area to create portrait art that entire families can cherish forever. A mother herself, Lynne falls back on her own life experiences to pluck fleeting moments from the passage of time and accentuates the importance of those moments with her photography. She often travels to picturesque sites to conduct on-location shoots, but her San Rafael boutique studio—complete with a skylight that brightens sessions with the sun's gleam and grins of on-looking spacemen—also drapes poses in a great deal of elegance. When the last bulb has flashed, Lynne turns the results into unique wall art, collages, canvas portraits, and more.