Danielle Neil Photography is making the move to Northeast Ohio! If all goes as planned with the sale of our home, we will be on the road the first week of December. While we are not 100% sure where our final destination will be, it will more than likely be in the Northeast Ohio/Western Pennsylvania area. Until all the logistics of my husband’s employment is worked out, we will be somewhere in Mahoning or Columbiana County, living out of boxes until we are situated.
So, what does this mean for my Columbus clients? All orders, reprints and uploads to TinyPrints must be placed no later than November 25th to guarantee they’ll be in your hands before I head out.
I am not done with Columbus. After living here for 10-years I still have many friends and my sister-in-law in the area, for me to visit. Plus, there is always room in my schedule for a weekend shopping spree at Easton. I will be making trips to Columbus in the future for portrait sessions, typically 2-3 times a year. Be sure to keep yourself subscribed to the newsletter for details on scheduled Central Ohio trips.
For my Northeast Ohio clients, we will be looking for a home that will also house a portrait studio, but in the meantime, the Holidays and the gloomy Ohio winter will put a halt to sessions for a little bit. I will be looking for rescues and shelters to work with during the Winter months so I can continue my volunteer pet photography in our new location. Sessions will resume in the Spring once the weather breaks and we have settled into a new home, whichever of the two happens sooner.
I want to thank EVERYONE who has supported me and the business. I am incredibly grateful for all of the support and encouragement and for my wonderful clients who make this job possible!
Of course I have to feature one of my furry kids in a blog post. After back to back sessions yesterday, I was ready to wrap it up for the evening. While driving home, I realized that the light was just fantastic out. I called George, told him to grab Baxter and meet me at the entrance to the subdivision behind us. I was able to get a few fun images of Mr. Cranky Pants in before the sun set. My poor dog, he really hates being my model!