Since 1995, Laura's Eyes has been passionate about people, and helping them thrive in both their business and personal lives. In the past, my focus was weddings and portraits. More recently, I still do more casual weddings and smaller events, but my focus is more on commercial and maritime photography.
I don't assume automatically that I am the right solution for every client. I ask questions to determine if we are a good fit for each other, and when it is decided we are, I give it my all to work collaboratively and satisfy them completely.
I am excited about every aspect of my work, but primarily I enjoy learning about my clients' interests, building rapport, and working collaboratively to solve their need, always with their satisfaction as my main goal.
Commercially, my clients' achievement leads to the gratification of those they serve. Ultimately this causes them to flourish with more clients and revenue. I enjoy this process immensely.
I came to the maritime industry because I have always loved being on the water, and I discovered that there was a niche that was not filled in this area. Now I am excited to say that I am working with boat and yacht owners, brokers, and marina management to offer breathtaking photography surrounding the water and the people who love it most.
I've known Laura for several years now, and we've worked together in various capacities on numerous occasions. Here's what I've come to know with absolute certainty - Laura is a skilled, experienced, and passionate photographer who delivers consistent quality and professionalism. For me, what's more important is the person Laura has proven herself to be. She's friendly, warm, thoughtful, and caring, sincere, principled, authentic, and down to her core, a truly good person. Now, that said, Laura's still not the right choice for everyone. She's not the least expensive option out there (though she may be the best value), and a lot of people can't appreciate how or why working with a quality professional photographer matters. For those people, Laura won't be a good fit. The people who do value quality photography and believe an enjoyable working relationship matters, they're the ones who should be calling Laura. They're who'll be thrilled to work with her, and grateful they did after the fact. So really, the question is - are you okay with good enough, or do you want excellent? If good enough isn't actually good enough, do yourself a favor. Talk to Laura.