Business Portraits, Eugene, Oregon Which Kathy Young would you hire?
Note from Kathy:
“For many years I invested my time, money and memories to chain photo studios set up in malls etc., and I got what I paid for. Awkward poses, bad lighting and a choice of two poses for $19.99. How I wish I had entrusted someone like Peggy to capture the precious moments of my childrens lives from the start.
Peggy did my photo for a new business card/website recently and I was stunned at the reactions of my family, friends and clients. First, they commented on how wonderful I looked and then they went on to say that it really captured the essence of who I am. Clients said I looked like someone they could trust and would welcome into their home. Peggy achieved everything I wanted to convey and more. I look forward to bringing my family in soon. I cannot wait to see my children through her eyes.”
This was my very first success. I sold this poster sized image to a podiatrist for his office. I found the shoes in China Town, San Francisco. They were made of cardboard and very un-walkable.
They sat on my mantle through the 80’s. Did you have socks like this, aren’t they back now?
Continuing on with my early 80’s shoe bender is the nun cooling her feet in the pool. What gets me in this photo is the apartment complex behind her. Hollywood is full of these “around the pool” apartments, stucco with crank out windows. Everyone knows everyones business and there are alot of characters in Hollywood. I lived across the street and the comedians that lived in my building took baths in the pool. Yeah. Wow, LOVE the pictures!! I think everyone who grew up in the 80’s had socks like those. What great memories that picture brings back. I love the nun splashing in the pool too. Great pictures!