My mission is to treat every portrait client to a beautiful, interesting, and uplifting experience. Whether they come to me for headshots, a portrait experience, or tintype portraits, I show them how beautiful they are with images that are soulful and timeless.
A tintype session is like stepping back in time to enjoy a unique portrait experience, and watching the process that was invented in 1851. I love to share this history with my clients. The result is handmade heirloom portraits on a metal plate, the same way they were made 170 years ago.
A few months ago, Jeremy came to the studio to update his professional headshots. After his session, I gave him a tour of the newest studio room, where I create tintype portraits. Having an interest in art, history, and photography, Jeremy decided to return for a tintype portrait session.