I photographed 81 people 2 weeks ago for the next class of Leadership Knoxville Class of 2018. I have worked with this organization for several years now and enjoy the positive impact they are making in our fair city. I also try and do my part with the professional photographs that I am contracted to do. My Blessing for this particular assignment is meeting all of Knoxville’s integral community in many areas of expertise and provide a congruent style of portraiture for all of their marketing uses. Please contact me directly if your company needs updated head shots. Thanks again . . . 🙂
Nice wooded 22.74 acres parcel that is close to the interstate and Sweetwater. Also, approximately 6 miles from Watts Bar Dam. Great residential potential or plenty of trees for private retreat. I photographed this property and I am also the Listing Agent for the seller. Please contact me directly if you are interested in purchasing this property that is priced under 5k per acre. Thanks!!!
If you are in need of a professional head shot for yourself or your entire staff, I can do that. I have been crafting my lighting techniques for many years and can achieve your best look in 250th of a second. Hope you enjoy seeing a few of my happy clients taken in 2016. I have a studio located 4 miles from downtown Knoxville for your professional photography session. I also can make arrangements to set up a studio on location if this is what it takes to get your staff photographed in one day.
This home is absolutely charming and has features from the past that are nostalgic and so comforting when you are in the home . . . It is located in North Hills and I have added a description about this historical area for you to see. The North Hills Historic District is a residential subdivision in north Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in September 2008 as a historic district.The subdivision was established in 1927 by the North Hills Corporation as a neighborhood of custom-built homes, catering to middle-classfamilies. The historic district includes 130 houses on about 50 acres. At the time of its listing on the National Register, it was described by the Tennessee Historical Commission as a good example of mid-20th century residential architecture.