Photography has been a very important part of my life. My dad owned the photography studio and my mother helped with the artwork and sales. My grandparents from Lubbock, and several aunts and uncles from the Texas Panhandle, were also professional photographers.
After graduating from Texas Tech with a degree in Business and a minor in Photography, I came back to Abilene to work with my dad. My dad taught me the basics of photography. I first started working in the darkroom, then I branched out to camera work, weddings, and sales. Most of my work is portraiture. Photographing families is my favorite, with children a close second. I do appreciate the friendships I have developed with the people I do business with.
I also enjoy reproducing old photos. It is so interesting to hear the stories behind those photographs. In 1995, I began doing digital work, mainly in reproducing old photographs. Since 2003, all my photography is done digitally. Even though photography has changed so much in the last several years, I still use the same basic photographic skills. I have more options and control over my photographs now, such as: selective coloring, digital oils and pastels on textured art paper. Even though I love the new digital process, I continue to shoot in an “old masters” classic style. We also offer same-day passport photos. We use our studio lights to ensure you get a great photo.
Please come see us in downtown Abilene’s art district. We have been at this location since 1950.
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