Expand your horizons as you take in the beauties of culture at The Jeffcoat Studio Museum in Abilene.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for a great place to go with the whole family, enjoy a weekend filled with culture here.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
I love natural light and softness with the focus on my subjects. Not like the harsh contrast in photos your grandma might take at Christmas.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I am a self-taught artist and I have always enjoyed creating and capturing the art in this world in different ways.
What do you love most about your job?
I love seeing the final results from my work and seeing the smiling faces of my clients when they receive their finished product!
A beaming, tutu-clad youngster poses by a large number 2, commemorating her new age. A couple, nearly newlywed, strolls through a sepia-tinged park holding hands. A brindled puppy with floppy ears capers across a red wooden wagon. These are just a few of the shots that the photographers at Worth A 1000 Words Studio have captured during their tenure at the memory emporium. Both in-studio and on-location shoots cover the gamut of photogenic opportunities, from senior portraits to weddings to adorable pictures of babies disguised as bunnies or even smaller babies.
Jim Sovanski—named a Master of Photography by the Professional Photographers of America—demonstrates the skills that earned him this degree during portrait sessions for kids, families, cars, and motorcycles. Sovanski, who also holds a journalism degree, applies a photojournalistic approach to all shoots, precisely documenting important moments and emotions with unique composition and lighting. In addition to photo shoots for individuals and groups, he also captures tasteful portraits of pets to ensure all family members get their chance to mug for the camera.
Aundrea Shafer hails from a small town, and she credits growing up there with giving her photography the intimate, unposed quality her clients praise. On her blog, Aundrea chronicles her favorite shoots. Her range of services includes snapping shots of weddings, senior and family portraits, and boudoir photography. She travels, but she also captures moments at her studio. There, natural light bathes her subjects in a flattering glow and dissolves unphotogenic vampires.