For a quaint cafe in Draper's Draper neighborhood, try The Art Institute of Salt Lake City.
Calling all gluten-free and low-fat diners! The Art Institute of Salt Lake City has a multitude of dishes right up your alley that are freshly-prepared and taste amazing.
Jeans are just right for a meal at The Art Institute of Salt Lake City, which embraces a casual vibe.
The Art Institute of Salt Lake City's diners can make use of nearby parking lots.
The Art Institute of Salt Lake City is serving up five-star food at a reasonable price.
Don't delay — head over to The Art Institute of Salt Lake City for a great lunch.
When photographer Haley Hodges takes a photo, she doesn't want subjects to turn out looking like American Gothic, all stiff-necked and solemn. Instead, she keeps shoots loose, engendering natural, relaxed interactions between couples and family members. Her approach helps clients have fun and percolate with candor, generating moments worth capturing.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
My goal is to make the process as easy and enjoyable as possible! I offer sessions for engagements, senior photos, bridals, family photos, couples, general portraits, and blog content. Additionally, I offer print services, including canvases, photo books, and custom cards.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
It wasn't as much a trigger of inspiration as it was a life calling. Some things choose you, and creative work definitely chose me, but it wasn't until I received a degree in photography and knowledge in business that I launched Madeline Becker Photography.
What do you love most about your job?
Getting to step into strangers' lives for a day. Out of all the millions of people in the world, my clients and I somehow crash together for a short time, and I just love it. Every person has value and stories worth telling, and my shoots are a unique way to capture that.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
Tears! Nothing better than happy tears.
Photography Workshops of Utah.com owner Ken Spurgin garnered his photographic knowledge from 24 years as a freelancer, specializing in snapping images of commercial and industrial subjects. When he’s not snapping pictures of racecars and commercial properties, Ken leads workshops to show aspiring photographers how to best use their digital cameras and how to frame subjects, whether it’s a glorious forest in autumn or a newspaper salesman slipping on the ice in the winter.
One may think that, being a self-taught photographer, Amanda Weilenmann’s work breaks from convention to yield thickly stylized artistic self-indulgence, but that’s far from the truth. For her, it’s all about the subject. Specializing in on-location shoots, she uses tight focus and a keen eye for natural light to make subjects leap into the foreground amid backdrops of autumn leaves, park benches, or rock walls.
At Utah Digital Trail, a Utah-based freelance photographer hosts hands-on workshops to help students harness their creativity while capturing evocative images. Workshops such as The Art of Composition and Canvas Gallery Wraps cover a range of topics and offer shutterbugs the opportunity to add new skills to their tool bags or fanny packs. One-on-one instruction lets students choose their own areas of focus during private sessions.