Hello and thank you for stopping by my website. My name is Vesta Irene. I’m a photographer, have been my whole life, I just didn’t know I’d ever be making a living at it. The brutal truth is, we got old, my old guy and me, and sadly when that happens, your options start running out.
It seems when you reach a certain age people expect you to hang it up, to retire, to go away someplace like a retirement home or a so called leisure community. The British call it being redundant. I don’t want to be redundant. I don’t want to be supported, either. But neither do I want to work for Micky D’s slinging burgers, so I’ve decided to take my lifelong hobby and turn it into a vocation.
I don’t want to lay around day after day, watching the sunrise and set. I don’t want to laze away my days in front of a big screen TV. I don’t want to join a quilting bee with a lot of blue haired old grannies. I don’t want to do any of the things older people are expected to do. I want to work. I want do die working, with a camera in my hands.
So, if you’re a bride looking for a photographer, I’m your girl. If you’re a mom, who wants your child’s birthday, graduation, Communion, Confirmation, Bar or Bat Mitzvah or any other occasion photographed, give me a call. If you want your portrait taken, I’d love to do it.
Ken, the old guy I’m stuck with, and I do weddings and we do them together. We call ourselves Wedding Shots and if you’re looking for wedding tips or just a good book or two about how to plan your wedding, please check out our Wedding Shots website, where I hope I can help you find what you need in the Reno area.
But as I said above, weddings aren’t all I shoot. From the boardroom to the bedroom, men in suits, girls in nighties, children at play, night or day, rain or shine, if you need a photographer, call me and I’ll come running.
All of the above being said, I can understand why you might be hesitant about giving the new person on the web your business, so I’ve included oodles of photos here to ease your mind about the quality of my work.
If you let me photograph your special occasion, you’ll be letting me into your life. I will come in gracefully, with respect for you and yours. I will do my very best to give you memories you can cherish and I won’t charge you an arm and a leg for the privilege. I will charge you something, but it will be very reasonable.
Thank you for stopping by,