Suburban Studio will snap crystal clear, high-quality shots of you and a companion or your entire family in virtually any setting. Settle into the comfortable atmosphere at the interior studio, or request that you and a photographer rendezvous at an outdoor scenic location, such as a park, a tree house, or the inside of a coconut. The friendly, knowledgeable Suburban Studio staff will even make suggestions on how to look sharp for the camera (by choosing the right clothes, wearing subtle makeup, and striking imaginative poses), while encouraging you to make your own statement. These skilled shutterbugs work to personalize set designs in advance, ensuring you'll capture the essence of your relationship.
Opening a small business might seem like a big step for some people, but Ron Wimmer had seen enough in his life to take a risk. After traveling the world as a photojournalist for five years, Wimmer returned home and opened his first professional studio. He moved his family and studio to the Midwest in 1994, and he has since kept busy doing what he loves: capturing intimate moments from behind the camera. Today, Wimmer works both on location and in a Wauwatosa-based, 2500-square-foot studio, snapping photographs of individuals, groups, and families, among many other subjects.
Kelsey Therese Addy believes in the power of communication. She confesses to a dislike of silence, and surrounds herself instead with music and conversation. In part, it’s because of this passion for making connections with people that her photographs are so stunning. She has an ease with clients that makes it possible for her to find the moments they're after, and her proficiency and experience in photography is what enables her to capture them. The individual character of her clients informs each of her images, which range from in-studio shoots of newborns and outdoor shoots of families to candid shots of romantic, snow-studded weddings and balmy, magma-studded weddings.
Shoot the Moon Photography's trained artists specialize in preserving candid, natural moments on film. The 4,000-square-foot Mequon studio has more than 40 distinct shooting areas, and the Okauchee studio offers dozens more. Outdoor locations just steps away from each studio also offer ideal backdrops for scenic heirloom portraits. After the shoots, the digital team perfect portraits to ensure subjects look their best. Personalized ordering appointments provide a number of options, including wall art, Heirloom Albums, painted imagery and gifts.
Within ColorfulDreams4U’s newly renovated studio and retail space, a team of memory preservation experts immortalizes visitors’ likeliness during portrait sessions. With up to 24 backdrops available, owners Ron and Gloria can whisk their portrait subjects to exotic locales and landscapes without annoying photo bombs by the Grand Canyon. The studio’s various props—including school desks, picnic baskets, and fire trucks—also allow the skilled picture takers to create vivid, unique scenes. Along with in-studio photography, the duo also shoots weddings and sends its portable Betty in the Spotlight photo booths to birthday parties and special events. For a glimpse of some of their work, check out their online gallery.
While waiting for their photo sessions, clients can browse ColorfulDreams4u’s kaleidoscopic array of gifts, such as designer hats, steampunk jewelry, and pocket watches. The studio’s team also hand-wires one-of-a-kind crystal wedding bouquets with custom arrangements of semiprecious stones, crystals, beads, and flowers.
When it comes to the arts, Jes Sudbrink has lots of passion to go around. She's a skilled choreographer, theater director, performer, and graphic designer. At White Anchor Photography, she flexes yet another artistic muscle: picture-taking. Her subjects are as eclectic as her interests—not only does she snap shots of families, couples, and kids, but also headshots and promotional stills for bands. To preserve her work for clients, Jes offers products including online galleries, discs of digital images, and prints.