A woman in a gown runs through a fountain. A little girl wearing Mickey Mouse ears watches an airplane as it rolls up to the gate. The footprints of newlyweds mark a red carpet. The images that photographer Jason Domingues captures aren't always expected. In fact, Domingues seeks out unpredictable angles and hones in on surprising details while snapping shots for weddings, family portraits, engagement sessions, and senior pictures. The memory preservation specialist has been featured in the New York Times for his innovative approach to photography and was named a Fear Less Photographer––1 of about 900 photographers nationwide who create artful, sometimes avant-garde wedding portraits.
Unlike many professional artists, Domingues loves to share his secrets, hosting classes for shutterbugs of all skill levels to learn how to effectively use cameras to generate awe-inspiring photos of landscapes and politicians checking their mail. His in-class lectures acquaint beginners to basic concepts, he also takes more advanced students to the city streets and provides ongoing critique and tips while watching them frame shots.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We offer hair services for the family.
Our shop is located in the heart of the city.
Our children's stylist has over 18 years of experience with little people.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I have wanted to bring niche of children's hair care service for over 4 years.
It is a market that is unnoticed.
What do you love most about your job?
Mostly I love the smiles of my clients at the end of their service.
The satisfaction of the parents is a close second.
My little people are great gifts I open daily.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
The appreciation a dad showed after me sending 2 hours getting the tangles out of his daughter's 16 inched long hair at Christmas.
He had been told that it needed at least 6 inches cut to get the tangles out.
Needless to say he was grateful my me taking the time to detangle her hair, pain free.
Founded by a husband-and-wife duo made up of a WBFF Pro Fitness model and a ACE/AFAA/FPI-certified personal trainer, the Hitch Fit training regimen transforms students' physiques and overall well-being. The complete in-studio or online program runs 12–16 weeks and focuses not only on exercise but also helps patrons to draft custom diets and eliminate negative lifestyle influences, such as guzzling milkshakes with a band of rebellious teens at the soda shop.
The workout portion of each private visit involves 60 minutes split into aerobic routines and anaerobic weightlifting. Trainers customize each program to accommodate personal goals such as weight loss, muscle building, or shaping up following a pregnancy. Meal plans are customizable as well and account for dietary concerns such as food allergies and a crippling fear of pineapples.
The professional pilots at Timberview Helicopters ferry passengers high into the clouds aboard a sky-scraping whirlybird during flight tours through Destin and Kansas City. Having chartered flights for National Geographic and the Travel Channel, these pilots expertly navigate planes toward sweeping, picturesque views, allowing sightseers to steal glances of Fort Walton Beach, downtown Kansas City, and Key West's ocean views from a perspective normally reserved for birds and astronauts with binoculars. Additionally, their high-definition videos grant guests a lasting commemoration of their in-flight experience. When they're not chartering tours, they teach budding pilots the gravity-defying tricks of their trade through pilot training and lug precious shipments from port to port with their cargo-lifting services
For more than six decades, the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City has represented enterprises from all across the wide-ranging spectrum of the home-and-garden industry. Starting out with 100 homebuilders in 1937, the association has since ballooned to include some 600 different entities, encompassing fields as diverse as architecture, heating and cooling, financial services, and landscaping. Through a slate of annual events that includes the twice-yearly Parade of Homes and a trio of home-and-garden expos, the coalition helps its member companies market themselves to the general public more effectively than mowing advertisements into clients' lawns.
Primarily focused on the ancient arts of papermaking and bookbinding, The Craft Gallery & Studio aims to share these age-old practices with curious local crafters. Inside the bright, newly renovated studio, students get to work during classes as short as a single day or as long as four weeks. Suitable for beginners, courses include a one-day Japanese bookbinding workshop, during which pupils make a hand-bound journal, and a six-week exploration of paper during Paper 101.