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Wednesday, 24 August 2011 20:51

Carey Jacquay

Carey Jacquay would like to announce the opening of her new studio at 201 N. Main Street, Churubusco. Carey Jacquay Photography has been in business for 10 years and will be relocating to the newly renovated historic building just one block east of the school.  The studio specializes in outdoor location portraits, weddings, and sporting events.  With the new space Carey will expand her indoor studio, offering modern backdrops, simple props, as well as a natural light studio.  “My style is definitely “less is more”.  I tend to use simple outdoor settings and fewer props.  I think what you include in the image should enhance and not distract from the subject.”
Carey currently photographs close to 50 high school seniors a year, many from Busco.  “Seniors are probably my favorite subjects.  I love traveling around the area to find unique locations to make their images personalized.  It’s as much about the experience as it is the final prints.”  Carey has photographed seniors with airplanes, horses, motorcycles, dogs, cars, combines, sporting and hunting equipment, and even a Little Caesars’ Pizza mascot costume.  “That one was really funny.  I just kept thinking, how am I gonna make this giant fuzzy head look cool in this shot?”
Carey also shoots Churubusco High School sporting events. Football, basketball, and track images were offered last year for sale on her website, and this year she is working with the school to expand to other  sports. Custom individualized sports posters, coffee table books, and season disk sets are a big hit with the students as well.
Along with seniors, Carey enjoys photographing families, kids, and weddings. She and her husband Brian have three children so she appreciates the fact that each family has its own dynamic, each child has a different sense of humor, and each wedding has its own unique look and feel.  “My wedding packages include beautiful custom albums and modern gallery wrapped canvases. I understand that my clients trust me to document special moments in their lives and to deliver a quality product in the end. These are my goals as well as, I hope, making the experience easy and fun.”
The studio will be opening for business September 1st.  For more information or to view examples of  Carey’s work check out her website  HYPERLINK http://www.careyjacquayphotography.com www.careyjacquayphotography.com.  She can also be found on Facebook.

Carey Jacquay would like to announce the opening of her new studio at 201 N. Main Street, Churubusco. Carey Jacquay Photography has been in business for 10 years and will be relocating to the newly renovated historic building just one block east of the school.  The studio specializes in outdoor location portraits, weddings, and sporting events.  With the new space Carey will expand her indoor studio, offering modern backdrops, simple props, as well as a natural light studio.  “My style is definitely “less is more.”  I tend to use simple outdoor settings and fewer props.  I think what you include in the image should enhance and not distract from the subject.”  LARGER IMAGE

Carey currently photographs close to 50 high school seniors a year, many from Busco. “Seniors are probably my favorite subjects.  I love traveling around the area to find unique locations to make their images personalized.  It’s as much about the experience as it is the final prints.”  Carey has photographed seniors with airplanes, horses, motorcycles, dogs, cars, combines, sporting and hunting equipment, and even a Little Caesars’ Pizza mascot costume.  “That one was really funny.  I just kept thinking, how am I gonna make this giant fuzzy head look cool in this shot?”

Carey also shoots Churubusco High School sporting events. Football, basketball, and track images were offered last year for sale on her website, and this year she is working with the school to expand to other  sports. Custom individualized sports posters, coffee table books, and season disk sets are a big hit with the students as well.

Along with seniors, Carey enjoys photographing families, kids, and weddings. She and her husband Brian have three children so she appreciates the fact that each family has its own dynamic, each child has a different sense of humor, and each wedding has its own unique look and feel.  “My wedding packages include beautiful custom albums and modern gallery wrapped canvases. I understand that my clients trust me to document special moments in their lives and to deliver a quality product in the end. These are my goals as well as, I hope, making the experience easy and fun.”

The studio will be opening for business September 1st.  For more information or to view examples of  Carey’s work check out her website  HYPERLINK http://www.careyjacquayphotography.com www.careyjacquayphotography.com.  She can also be found on Facebook.



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