ers, Schmitz Plumbing, Kraus Equipment to do the concrete work, and Custom Detail Woodworking for the counter tops. Work began in mid-October.
The new studio will be about 1,000 square feet which is a little smaller than what Treasured Moments Photography & Design had on Fremont Street, but Rachel says, “I am downsizing, but we’re building it to what I need.” Stop in at the Fremont Street location now to check out various furniture pieces and other items left that she has for sale prior to transitioning to her new location.
Treasured Moments still will be open by appointment after they make the move by calling (920) 901-9270, or via e-mail at email@example.com.
“For the most part, everything is going to stay the same,” Rachel said about the transition of the business location. One improvement coming in a year or two will be the addition of outdoor scenes around her home-based studio. She also will continue to travel to destinations to get just the right backgrounds for her customers.
Treasured Moments will continue to photograph families, babies, newly engaged couples, high school seniors-to-be, business headshots and groups, business events, and more. (See the ad in this newspaper for Senior Session Specials.) Rachel advises people to book summer sessions (especially seniors and families) for early July or sooner as she will be taking a few weeks off when the baby comes.
Rachel also does wedding photography but said she has decided to cut back