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Local Photographer Opens New Studio in Wake Forest

12-03-2011 11:20 AM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: A Picture to Remember Studio

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (December 2, 2011) – A Picture to Remember Studio, a locally owned and operated photography studio, has announced its official opening at 1422 Wall Road in Wake Forest, N.C.

A Picture to Remember Studio not only caters to local photographers in need of studio space by offering monthly partnership plans and hourly rentals, but also provides customers the ability to schedule appointments for all types of photography. The 800-square-foot open-room studio gives both clients and photographers the ability to customize the photography session using a variety of antique furniture, dramatic props, floral arrangements, floor selections, interchangeable walls, and lighting systems.

A Picture to Remember Studio is owned and operated by Steven Tilton, a photographer from North Carolina known for his work in portrait, modeling and corporate photography. He has also been capturing photographs for many years in a variety of other genres such as nature, landscape and wildlife.

"I am eager to serve the photography needs of families and businesses in the Triangle and surrounding area with my years of experience behind the camera. I enjoy working with clients to capture a range photography needs and this studio helps me fulfill that aspiration," said Steven Tilton, owner of A Picture to Remember Studio.

"I also recognized the need for a space and a service that would allow other photographers to apply their talents without the financial burden that is often associated with a studio of their own. A Picture to Remember Studio allows me to meet the needs of my clients and cater to fellow local photographers."

A Picture to Remember Studio has options available for any occasion, from portraits and modeling to engagements and birthdays. The studio focuses on making the session comfortable and easy for customers, featuring a spacious dressing room and vanity for clients to change into multiple looks with comfort and ease and a computer station that allows clients to review their photos immediately following the session.

To book a session with Steven Tilton or another partner photographer, contact A Picture to Remember Studio at (888) 554-9960.

For more information about becoming a partner photographer at A Picture to Remember Studio, visit www.picturetoremember.com.

Follow A Picture to Remember Studio on Facebook and Twitter, @sstilton for photography samples, updates and promotions.

A Picture to Remember Studio
A Picture to Remember Studio, a locally owned and operated photography studio in Wake Forest, North Carolina, offers rental studio space to photographers as well as professional photography for all of life’s events. The studio allows full creativity in portraits, boudoir, modeling, headshots, weddings, engagements, birthdays and more. To learn more, visit www.picturetormember.com.

A Picture to Remember Studio
1422 Wall Road
Wake Forest, N.C.

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