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After stumbling upon an unmanned camera during her sophomore year at NYU, Lacy Davillier devoted her studies to the photographic arts, earning a BFA in studio art with a focus on photography and graphic design. She found that the peace and seclusion of the dark room proved a welcome respite from the din of city traffic, the pressures of school, and the monotony of sunlight. The young yet experienced photographer now specializes in contemporary photography, chronicling weddings, maternity moments, and celebrating families on location or in her studio. This picturesque space on historic Canal Street, with its wood floors, original doors, and classic New Orleans porch, serves as a romantic backdrop for any manner of shoots, and is fully stocked with toys and organic juices for clients? kids. Lacy also performs a variety of graphic-design services as well as photograph-restoration work.

4322 Canal St.
New Orleans,
LA
US

Karli Beard doesn't limit herself when it comes to photography. The multitalented shutterbug works adeptly with kids and adults alike, shooting new moms, families at play, and demure portraits in dim lighting. She also captures weddings and engagements with bridal photography sessions that memorialize big days better than a cake chiseled from granite.

8137 Acadiana Avenue
Denham Springs,
LA
US

Joshua Paul Lawrence is a Baton Rouge, La., photographer specializing in unique historical landscape, along with creative high quality portraits for your family, your baby, your children and maternity.

15107 Beautyberry Avenue
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Signature service: Portrait (individual & family) & Boudoir

Established: 2005

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 1 person

Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours

Brands Used: Canon

Pro Tip: Drink plenty of water, relax, and come prepared to have fun all while creating memoriable photos.

Q&A with LaToya Williams, Head Photographer and Owner Of TMW Photography

How is your approach different than that of other professionals in your field?

I am very laid back and easy going. I like to make sure my clients are having fun while working with me. If they're having fun it will show in the end product.

When and how did you first develop a passion for your work?

I first developed a passion for photography in 2004 while I was living in the Bay Area in California. I started out doing amateur modeling. It was ok, but my interest was really in being behind the camera directing others. I wanted to take my ideas and produce stunning images.

What aspect of your job, or the services you offer, most often surprises people?

The fact that I offer Boudoir sessions; and they are amazed at my style of editing. I keep the customer looking natural while still removing flaws. I never "over edit" and make the clients look different or "unnatural".

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

The most amazing part of my job is that when I am no longer physically here on this earth, I will still live on through my work. My work will be here forever either on the internet, hanging in someone's home, or tucked away in a photo albulm.

4845 Jamestown Ave
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Approaching each photo session with an intuitive eye for original, compelling images, the passionate namesake of Jaci Layne Photography helps photo subjects from all walks of life to feel at ease before her flashbulbs. Jaci uses her diverse life experiences in hairstyling, film production, and even finance to inform her work as a professional photographer, and uses her background in cheerleading and gymnastics to ensure that no good angle goes unshot, even if it requires climbing trees or balancing on the spout of a park fountain. Jaci's eponymous company specializes in outdoor on-location shooting, usually in the early morning or at dusk, which Jaci prefers for the way it imbues photos with poignant natural light and lessens the appearance of bunny ears on nearby bunnies. Jaci chronicles many of her photographic adventures on her blog.

5224 Florida Boulevard
Baton Rouge,
LA
US

Agame?pronounced ah-gahm-e?is a yoga and meditation studio that does things a little differently. The extensive variety of yoga classes includes classics like beginner Vinyansa flow and hot Vinyasa, but it also encompasses specialty and lesser-known disciplines like the visualization-focused yoga nidra and the pain-relieving Svaroopa.

Agame isn't just for grownups. Alex, one of the studio instructors, teaches PLAYOGA classes designed for babies, kids, and parents. Meanwhile, bodywork experts dispatch massages and energy therapies, while workshops cover mindfulness and Ayurvedic eating for better health. Even Agame's methods of payment are unique?in addition to paying the old-fashioned way, patrons can trade work hours, attend donation-based community classes, or drop Monopoly money from a skyscraper.

635 S Acadian Thruway
Baton Rouge,
LA
US