• We Create Portraits of 'America's Future Leaders.'

    • ...university graduates

    • ...law school Juris Doctor candidates

    • and Eagle Scouts From Orange County, Long Beach, Inland Empire to San Diego County.

    • ....Team Portraits

Our Latest Creations

  • Corporate research and development is the birthplace of new ideas, new product and new services. Some people refer to it as raising baby tigers. It's how new products get better and satisfy needs we never even knew we had. What's the corollary for a professional photographer? It's a personal project. A personal project is usually just an inkling of an idea, a concept to master or test. It's creating a photograph that you think might be impossible to create or taking an existing concept and mov... [read more]
  • When you purchase senior pictures who were they really for? Many of us would say, 'they are for my parents' and of course, my grandparents need some. As a portrait photographer, I hear this all the time. We think this way because we have a tendency to buy portraits to fulfill our current needs: and we forget about the future. What future needs do you have? Why do you need more than one wall portrait, with some 5x7s for your grandparents and a couple of wallets to hand out to friends. Buying... [read more]
  • How do you archive your images? Do you have them all stored in digital files on hard drives? Do you leave them on your memory sticks and cards? Are they all tucked away in your phone? By archiving all of your images digitally, you run the risk of losing them all. Let me tell you why. I was speaking with a fellow the other day who was very proud that all of his images were stored on hard drives and CDs. He had digital backups to digital backups. He should be proud that he has the foresig... [read more]
  • Will you sell me the original portrait prints you have of your grandparents? Would you sell them for $50? 100? I'll give you $300 for the original prints, okay? Probably not! In fact, if your parents found out you sold those prints they would be livid and you'd lose the car for months. Yet today, most high school (and college) seniors focus on having digital images in their camera, phone, computer or memory stick. And these are not formal portraits, these are snapshots that exist only a... [read more]
  • http://www.vimeo.com/29376656 Martial Arts, a karate portrait, is part of a portrait series capturing the attitude and direction of Generation Y. Those born beginning in 1985: our Future Leaders of America. Whether they be high school athletes, college athletes, Eagle Scouts, Girl Scout Gold awardees, college, university or law school graduates. View our karate portraits in our studio or at our art showings in the southland (call for next location.) If you need a karate portrait for your chil... [read more]