Last week, I announced my decision to move Deb Lorentz Photography out of The Dils Center so that I could focus on building a permanent studio on our property on State Route 339 in Ohio. My available hours for photography will be limited as I move out of the studio, but it is not too late to book a session.
I’ll accept my last studio appointments for most photography sessions Saturday, January 26. The only exception is newborn photography. I will continue taking newborn photos until January 31.
My Valentine’s Day event is scheduled for Friday, January 25 through the end of business Saturday, January 26. This event includes boudoir, pin-up, and contemporary beauty sessions. Contact me for session prices.
My Valentine’s Day event will also include couple’s photography. I am in the process of planning a romantic setup for this session. This is an inclusive event. All couples are welcome. Contact me for session prices.
On the other hand, my wedding space will not be affected by the photography studio closure. If you’d like a small elopement or wedding in my chapel, you must obtain your Marriage License in West Virginia. (You do not have to live in West Virginia to get married in West Virginia.)The Wood County Courthouse is located just blocks away from my wedding chapel. As always, I will continue to officiate weddings on location in West Virginia and Ohio. I can officiate weddings in other states, by request. (Special provisions apply.)
I look forward to my business expansion this year. Your love and support has been a blessing. Remember, I’ll continue to take portraits, senior photos, event photos, and corporate head shots on location. And, I’ll offer a few mini sessions at my home office.
Thank you for filling my studio with smiling faces and beautiful memories. Now it’s time to write the next chapter of Deb Lorentz Photography and Mid-Ohio Valley Wedding Officiants.
It’s going to be amazing.