Laura’s Eyes Photography since 1995

While at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Laura studied photog­raphy under Theresa Airey and found a passion for the art.  After holding several jobs in the field, Laura’s Eyes Photography opened its doors in 1995 and moved to Pasadena, MD in 1998.  Laura’s early offerings were mostly wedding, portrait and small event services, and having a child born with Down Syndrome expanded her interests in photographing the special needs community as well.

In 2006, because of Chamber affiliations, there was a strong shift into more commercial work. To date, Laura’s Eyes has a long-standing contract with Patient First for three states, covers the needs of several local banks and serves as a support to meet a variety of marketing needs for local business owners. All too often professionals send a poor message with an inferior quality business portrait, and Laura enjoys creating a comfortable rapport with clients while providing them with an image that will present them at their best. From there, she works to meet any needs HER client may have a product, or project photography, paying special attention to small details in her images designed to “wow” their prospects.

Some of her recent construction project clients include Baltimore Steel Erectors, Valley Lighting, Bearon Aquatics, Superior Softwash, and Coastal Builders.

The water is something that has always been in Laura’s heart, so she has spent the last couple of years also exploring opportunities in the maritime industry. She is now the photographer for MTAM (the Marine Trades Association for Maryland). Her hope is to work more often with marinas and boaters capturing the fun side of the industry, as well as connecting with those whose livelihood is on the water, using her experience with commercial work to meet any marketing needs they may have.

She is the photographer for the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce, the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce and the Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce. In 2016, she won the Home Based Business Champion of the Year Award for Maryland from the SBA. She is well respected throughout the county for her ability to connect with people, and for her inspired rendering of people and their passions through both personal and commercial photography. Her goal is to make each client feel completely satisfied with the experience, and to make a difference in the community and in the lives of all those she touches.