Just over a year ago, Stephanie and her family relocated to beautiful and diverse Chile. This marks her 4th continental move; she has lived throughout her native United States, Japan, and Italy. (This international experience has led to quite a few travel opportunities! A selection can be viewed on the website). Her residential studio is located in Las Condes, complete with full hair-and-makeup services and wardrobe styling.
Have you ever experienced a professional Contemporary Glamour photo shoot?
The luxurious experience of being pampered and primped by a makeup and hair stylist. Wearing your favorite outfit or gown with beautiful jewelry and pieces to compliment your look.
“As Far as the Eye Can See” – 85, sealed
The day after International Photographic Competition (IPC) is always my favorite Social Media day of the year. I love sharing in my friends’ excitement as they (we) share this year’s achievements, accolades, new degrees, sob stories, sorrow-79’s, and Loans during/after the biggest competition of the year. My Facebook feed is stuffed full of my photographer family’s outstanding achievements this year.
The new 2017 school year is back in full swing in Chile and this past weekend we were honored to participate in the Back To School Fair at The International School Nido de Aguilas.
The event featured food trucks, an organic market, local services in Las Condes and Lo Barnechea and a raffle to benefit the school’s financial aid program. Relaxing massages provided from Sala Ananta, a free trial to experience EMS Revolution, and lots of sweet goodies being sold by the students to benefit the fundraiser.
Have you seen our very first studio magazine yet? Fully digital and easy to navigate – it must be 2017!
The magazine, “Contemporary Portraiture”, was created by Stephanie Millner herself. Not only is she a talented photographer but also a graphic designer with an eye for detail and a drive for excellence – and it shows.
I wanted to share this beautiful article from the Sydney Morning Herald.
So often, I hear from my clients that it’s been long – too long – since their last family portrait. Some say 5 years, 10, 20… and some, never. So many pictures of the kids, the pets, of dad – but rarely do moms get out from behind the camera to be in portraits with their families.