Jamie Schultz of Jamie Schultz Photography was raised in a very small town in Nebraska where her passion for all things creative developed. Her grandmother owned a charming flower shop and she spent countless hours watching her design works of art. As a child, Jamie dabbled in art but didn’t find her niche until she picked up a camera. At that point it was evident that photography would serve as her creative outlet.
Her signature style in portrait photography consists of simple, yet strong composition resulting in images that are both honest and highly emotive. Forgoing stiff poses and forced smiles, Jamie interacts with subjects in such a way that unveils their distinct personalities.
A childhood dream was realized when Jamie opened her studio loft in the quaint downtown area of Hudson, Wisconsin. Inspired by the charming details in her grandmother’s shop, her boutique style studio offers the capability for unique custom photography indoors in addition to personalized on-location sites.
Jamie’s client base includes many local and national celebrities. Her work has been featured internationally in publications such as Better Homes and Gardens Scrapbooks, etc. magazines and the book, Better Homes and Gardens Photography. She has also photographed ad campaigns featured in regional publications of Vogue, Lucky and Allure. She has been a featured photographer and columnist in both Digital Memories magazine and Scrapbooks, etc. Her photography has also been published in the Minneapolis/St. Paul magazine. Jamie has also enjoyed speaking nationwide at various professional photography conventions including PPA sponsored events, Imaging and WPPI.
Jamie owns and operates Jamie Schultz Designs, creating graphic design projects used by photographers worldwide. Jamie offers a product line exclusive to her portrait clients.
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