From her years spent in the U.S. Army to the harrowing birth of her daughter, many life-changing events have left an indelible mark on the way Amber Fite views time. As a professional, licensed photographer, Amber works tirelessly to stop time in its tracks, celebrating milestones and memories on digital film before they’re gone. While the camera is Amber’s medium, natural light is her muse, and she moves seamlessly from outdoor landscape to landscape, snapping natural poses between mother and child, man and wife, and beagle and bacon. Amber’s easygoing manner helps subjects feel at ease during the shoot, while her regular practice of hand-delivering prints to local clients after the shoot reinforces her commitment to her clients and her refusal to play into the postal service’s propaganda.
Tabitha Jennings snaps a mix of candid and premeditated poses during studio shoots or, her specialty, on-location shoots flooded with natural light. Tabitha encourages movement and playfulness in her subjects as she captures them interacting with their indoor or outdoor environment. Stately wedding photographs and saucy boudoir shots alike poignantly reveal their subjects' personalities, compelling features, and movie-rental histories. Professional editing and printing options make for impeccable presentation.
Photographer and self-proclaimed eccentric April, the titular shutterbug of April Marie Photography, sees the world a little differently than most. Her biographic list of ten facts about herself features her number one self identifier at number eight in the list, because that's just when she got around to typing it. Her unique vision serves her particularly well when snapping photographs. She conducts naturally lit, outdoor shoots, capturing the candid moments of a lovers' engagement, a family at play, or an individual admiring the sunset.
Throughout photographer Crystal's eight years of service in the US Army, she snapped countless photos of combat action, her fellow soldiers, and the landscapes where she was deployed. Suffice it to say she can handle crying kids, haunted camera settings, and other common photography woes at Rephlexion Media Photography. Her evocative photographs capture everything from family and baby portraits to boudoir spreads to fitness shots. Not one to forget her roots, she recently compiled a video collage of military women entitled "Women of the Military."
As the mother of four small children, Lauren Wicker knows what it means to be patient. She also knows how quickly cherished moments come and go, and the importance of preserving those moments as often as possible. With that in mind, Lauren steps behind her camera to conduct on-location shoots, specializing in everything from babies and families to weddings and school portraits. She also works extensively with special needs children and adults, and has photographed approximately 100 special needs individuals during her career.