Hi there !!
Thanks for checking out my website! I'm Mark and this is my beautiful wife Karin. I'm the photographer and creative in the family, but Karin provides the gift of gab & giggles, so I try to bring her along on every photoshoot! (She is just so much fun!!)
Telling stories through pictures is what photography is all about. My passion for photography started at a very young age, looking through old family albums and watching my father develop B&W pictures in his darkroom. Even as a child, I understood the significance of these captured moments in time, wanting to know the stories behind each picture ("Daddy, who's that? Where's that? What are they doing?").
Photographs are the bridge between our past, present and future. They bring back memories, emotions, document the stories of previous generations, and help future generations connect with their family history. I love contributing to that process!
During the pandemic I started scanning all of our family's prints & slides and created an online database of images for the whole family to share. I immediately realized I wanted to help other families preserve their treasured memories, so I created a Scanning Service to help others revitalize and digitize their family's history in pictures. So far, the responses I've received have been amazing!
So whether it's a wedding, birthday party, family reunion, portrait session, corporate event or simply helping you scan & digitize your family's photo treasures, I want to help you TELL YOUR STORY!
“Words cannot express how happy we are with our wedding photos. The whole experience you and Karin provided was beyond our expectations. We absolutely love our pictures and get compliments on them all the time. Thank you again for turning our special day into a piece of art.”
—Denise & Matt
That's me at 3yrs old
Toy camera in hand! (I wanted to be just like Dad.) I told you my passion for photography started at a young age.
First real Camera
This is the first picture I took when I received my own personal camera (a Kodak Instamatic). Meet my goofy cousins!
Portrait lighting assignment for a photography class. I was too shy to ask someone to model for me, so I started doing selfies before they were called "selfies".
Dad's New Enlarger
Here's a shot of Pops back in the day, demoing his new darkroom photo enlarger.