Jason and Rita Jenkins have been in the photography industry for a combined 18 years. Both having a profound love for the arts, has inspired them to work together on achieving their lifetime aspiration of having a studio of their own. Now, after several years of working for other corporations, they have reached that goal. In the summer of 2006 they formed Studio Monet Portraits, named for their 6 year old daughter, Xanya-Monet Jenkins.
With the advancement of modern technology and their years of experience, they have been able to revolutionize the photography industry, bringing a fresh, creative edge to their portraits. Studio Monet's goal was to take today's innovative concepts and create an atmosphere that meets the needs of both parent and student. This was accomplished when they opened the doors to their studio in the summer of 2007.
The expression, "Don't judge a book by its cover", lends its use here. Once again, stepping away from the conventional style studios that operate in abundance, Studio Monet has separated themselves from the norm. Their 4000 square foot raw style studio, with its 25 foot ceilings, leaves ample room to expand the imagination. With these accommodations they have the ability to raise their portraits to a new level.
They both find great joy in their work, and endeavor to maintain that joy, through years of loyal service to their customers and clients. They realize that a portrait captures a moment in time, but it also captures a memory. So, by taking a personal interest in everyone who walks through their doors, they attempt in every way to make your portrait memories your own. As the years pass, they want their customers to see, not just a beautiful portrait, but to remember the pleasurable experience that they had with them. It is their goal that each customer chooses to come back year after year. That they become known as friends, rather than clients. This is how they have come to measure their success.
"We want to thank all of our customers for your continued loyalty and support. Without you, we would not be where we are today!" - Jason and Rita Jenkins