Bay Area native Ryan Willis can rarely be found anywhere but behind his camera. It’s a passion he’s gratefully transformed into a career, taking traditional-style portraits for families, newborns, couples, and kids. He shoots in varying shades of black and white, as well as vibrant color, manipulating studio lighting to create crisply focused images. To assist with headshots or images for promotional materials, he also customizes photo sessions for business professionals, actors, models, and bands.
Armed with 20 years of experience and an encyclopedic knowledge of light, composition, color, and storytelling, the photographers at Krazy Zexy immortalize sensuous moments. Krazy Zexy
specializes in helping women find and flaunt their sexy side with fun, flirtatious photo sessions. They retouch the images to ensure each element of the photo is picture-perfect and the resulting images make perfect gifts for loved ones.
Bring your favorite furball along to The Framecompany — it has a dog-friendly policy and keeps its doors open to pooches.
Wall decorations such as mirrors are sure to catch your eye, so stop in and see what else is on hand.
For artwork that's unique, pick up a piece carefully crafted by hand (no one is exactly alike!).
You can find parking easily in one of their many available spaces.
At this store, you can find a range of women's clothing items to match any personal style, from sporty to girly.
Photograph has just the clothing for you. Just try it on and see how you look.
Stay warm this winter with great accessories from Photograph.
Photograph is located in a prime location surrounded by various parking options.
Preparing for a talent show? Grab some supplies at Cindy's Van Go, Custom Framing in Los Gatos and make a sweet backdrop or your own handmade t-shirts.
Parking-wise, the area has many options for drivers.
So get your crafting on at Cindy's Van Go, Custom Framing where everyone can learn to be an artist.
Glenn Young studied art at Santa Clara University before serving as a photographer in the Peace Corps in The Gambia. Upon his return, he founded Artscapes, where he funnels his 20 years of professional photography and framing experience into art preservation. His clientele includes private collectors as well as museums such as the DeSaisset Museum and the San Jose Museum of Art. And to stay at the forefront of art preservation, he learns best practices and advanced techniques from the Western Regional Paper Conservation Laboratory, where paper cloning was invented.
Glenn pours all this experience and training into leading his team of trained visual artists and craftsmen. The skilled staff takes an individualized approach to framing that relies on museum-quality materials such as hand-wrapped fabric liners, French matting, and UV-filtering plexiglass for long-lasting results. In addition to housing works of art from paintings to photographs in a selection of 2,000 frames, they keep their gallery stocked with antique posters, movie posters, and paintings for elegant home decor.