This is Mary Alice, my great-great-grandmother. Mary Alice had this photo taken in the early 1920s, and nearly 100 years later it's still treasured and displayed by her descendants on bookshelves, end tables, and now on websites. I seriously doubt she knew upon posing for this photo that 100 years later this photo would still be telling her story!
I've loved photography for as long as I can remember. I admire it as an art form, and I cherish it as an heirloom. Photographs tell the stories of our lives, even long after we are gone.
In our overly-scheduled lives, a photo allows you to the chance to freeze-frame your life for just a little bit longer. Every photograph tells a story, holds a memory, and captures a time that can never be recreated.
I would love to tell your story.
Stephanie Combs has been a lifestyle photographer in the Puget Sound Area for twelve years. She specializes in photojournalistic portraits, including: families, weddings, sports, and other events. When she doesn't have a camera in her hand, she's busy raising her two kids, driving the mom taxi, coaching her daughter's competitive softball team, and falling into bed every night with Friends reruns on Netflix in the background. Stephanie is also available for commercial & editorial work, please contact her for more information.