Shreveport-Bossier Commercial and Portrait Photography

Photography literally means drawing with light.  Telling the story with an image is what I strive to do.

Running a studio that specializes in commercial photography has a lot of differences than your usual portrait photography.  It takes a great ability to work as a team with the client, marketing team, and others.  I spent two years working as a marketing manager for a Harley Davidson dealership while attending college.  The knowledge I attained while working that job has helped me to learn important aspects of what a company needs to have a consistent brand.  That enables me to have a better overall idea of how to help create images that each company or business person can use to create their own personal branding.  


NW Louisiana Commercial and Portrait Photography Information

I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in the darkness the astonishing light of your own being. ~Hafiz of Shiraz

I specialize in commercial photography and portrait photography, two very different ends of the spectrum in photography, but it allows me to be diverse and creative.  

I have over 9 years experience as a professional photographer.  I have worked with numerous clients during that time to include: Willis Knighton Healthcare, Christus Health, Frymaster, Bossier Parish Community College, Fibrebond, Lee Michaels, Red River Chevy, and many more.

Let me work with you, your family, and your business to create the best images to meet your needs.  Call or email for more information on what my full service studio can provide for you.

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Get to know your Commercial & Portrait photographer-Jenn

Montana Gal in a Louisiana World

That which we persist in doing becomes easier to do, not that the nature of the thing has changed but that our power to do has increased.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Truth be told, I got into photography as a way to have an excuse in high school to get out of class. I signed up to be on the yearbook staff and then volunteered to be a yearbook photographer because time in the darkroom meant time unsupervised by any teachers...I ended up falling in love with my escape from authority as it allowed me to have a chance to truly create something.  I loved the magic of watching my memories appear on the paper and knowing I could wield a wand to change their final product.

Over the years I spent numerous hours in the darkroom developing film and my own prints.  As I saw photography move into new options in digital I moved with the ever changing flow.  I still love the traditional film and dark room, but digital has allowed me to create works of art I never before saw as possible.  Wanting to be able to maximize my potential in this field I attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and got my Bachelors of Science in Photography.

That is what I love to do today, to use my attained knowledge, continue to constantly learn, and to grow in my field.  I work to create images for my clients that will best help to show their businesses and products or a senior's time in their life of such accomplishments and changes.