A little bit about Glenna
Glenna love's her job. She calls it her passion " I literally traveled half way around the world to take classes with some of the best photographer's I know." She has won awards for some of her work. But really, her greatest honor is placing some portraits on the walls of families who will later place that same portrait in the hands of their grandchildren.
She started shooting her camera in the 5th grade and hasn't stopped since - Ok that's a lie...
Which is one of the reasons photography means so much to her. She know's this first hand. Many years ago Glenna was widowed. She was so grateful that she had many photographs of her husband. Especially for her daughters.
She was born in Brooklyn, raised in Staten Island and she now live's in Monmouth County New Jersey. She love's it here. She also love's to be in South West Florida on Sanibel and Captiva Island. Where she also photograph's families.
Over ten years has gone into honing her craft and gaining the expertise to create a luxurious experience for you. She has continued her education with numerous workshops, conferences and trainings. What she love's most is connecting with others and creating meaningful and magical sessions that truly represent them.
"It is the best feeling to leave clients with tangible artwork that will be around to showcase their beautiful life for generations to come."
Accomplishments: Featured artist at an Art Gallery in Spotswood New Jersey. Black and White Magazine for an award winning photo.
Life Images center spread.
"How he asked" on the Knot.
She believe's it is extremely important to "give back" and she is grateful to be a part of:
Celebrating adoption Through Photography
Operation Love reunited: Military Homecomings
HELP an organization working towards helping families.
Also, please do not hesitate to contact her for any chairitable organizanations.
She has a VERY special place in her heart for children who have Down Syndrome and has been lucky enough to be affiliated with Network 21. "They bring Joy to my heart and make me feel special to be allowed into the community."