We recently had the privilege of working with Mark Eric, a well-known and respected photographer, who works primarily in central and southeast Louisiana. He graciously allowed us to participate, as photographers, in a scheduled engagement session. The session featured Torey Ray and sing-songwriter and actress Anna Margaret. The session was held at Melady Plantation, in Alexandria, Louisiana. Everything was perfect. Not only was the location and weather amazing, but Mark was able to borrow an antique vehicle to be featured in the shoot. Torey and Anna were absolutely glowing. They meshed perfectly and it was obvious that love was in the air. It was a fantastic experience. Not only were we able to capture some great images of Torey and Anna, but it was inspiring watching Mark and his wife, Heather, work together seamlessly. We cannot express our gratitude enough for Mark, Torey and Anna for giving us the opportunity to capture some of their “moments that matter.”
A couple of months ago, Sylvia and I met with Roddy Orgeron, a well-respected professional photographer who works in the New Orleans area. In addition to being an outstanding photographer, Roddy is an established businessman. He provided us with insightful input about the photography business. When he reviewed our previous website, he delicately pointed out (OK, maybe not so delicately) that it needed significant work. Heeding his advice, we elected to build a new website. We could have hired a website designer to handle the task, but instead chose to embark on the mission on our own. In retrospect, I am not sure that we would have made the same decision if we had known what we were getting into. It took over a month of researching, adjusting, correcting, editing, re-editing, debating, and reviewing, to get to results with which we were satisfied. Now that the process is complete, it was a worthwhile and educational experience.
Special thanks to Roddy Orgeron and the many friends and family members who provided us with input in the development process. Take a few minutes and have a look around our new site. We are still open to input or suggestions. And of course, we would love to work with you. Enjoy!