• WELCOME!

    An innocent smile, a newborn baby's sleeping face, a family's love for one another, your two year old's fascination with the world around him, a Golden anniversary. These are the moments we capture for our clients in unique and personal portraits. Moments that will slip away too quickly if you let them, your family's history moments from birth to adulthood. For over 25 years our boutique studio has been photographing in the North Georgia area with personalized customer service and high quality products that our clients are proud to display in their homes. It is such a humbling honor to be trusted with these memories and it is our goal to always deliver the best possible photography that will give our clients a lifetime of happy memories. In the words of William A. Foster; " Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives."

Jekyll Island Before Matthew

Two weeks ago we attended the Georgia Professional Photographers Association (GPPA) convention at Jekyll Island.  Lucky for us it was a week before hurricane Matthew came to the Georgia coast and made a real mess.  My first GPPA convention was probably in 1977 or 1978 in Atlanta and I have been going to them since […]

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Halloween Photo Sessions!

Our favorite special, and one of yours too based on how quickly we fill up. This is a 10 minute session, we choose the best shot.  Bring your little ghouls and ghosts on over for this great time!  Thursday, October 27th.  A $25 reservation fee will reserve your appointment and applies towards your order. Packages […]

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Fall Portraits In Athens

Bring your family on down to Athens for one of our most popular portrait sessions on Sunday, October 23rd for a doggone good time!  We’ll be photographing on North Campus and have appointments every 30 minutes.  Quick, painless and a beautiful location – what more could you ask for!  This is a great session for […]

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