New Berwyn Photography Studio Celebrates Women
The life of a typical family is fast-paced. As families grow, schedules get busier, and it’s easy to get caught up in life. Before you know it, your children have grown and there are thousands of memories in between that are fading. Even though time marches on, photographs are investments that can make time stand still. Daniela Gonzalez opened FlashMe Photography Inc. (www.flashmephotographystudio.com) to fulfill her passion as a photographer that specializes in maternity, babies, children, families and boudoir photos. A grand opening celebration was hosted at her new studio located at 6930 W Windsor Ave in partnership with the City of Berwyn and Berwyn Development Corporation (BDC) on May 22.
Daniela has practiced photography professionally for the past eight years. Prior to opening her new Depot District storefront, she worked out of her home studio in Cicero. As a mother of three boys, she is deeply inspired by family and takes great pride in creating art with the mothers, children and families with whom she works. Photographs are meant to last many life times and to share history. They make possible the impossible by rewinding time and preserving an image that helps the heart to remember. She prides herself in being a “memory-maker” who can immortalize a moment that can be lived many times over.
Daniela offered, “I think mommy-hood is the reason I love my job so fully. It’s not just about capturing moments though. It’s about making people feel good. I get that chance with my expecting mothers, mothers and boudoir and pinup photography sessions. As we get older and more tired, it’s easy not appreciate ourselves. Sometimes, it’s good to take a step back and realize how awesome we are! Photography allows me to help women celebrate themselves.”
BDC Vice President Jousef Mondragon stated, “We are a small community but a tight-knit one of which you are now part. We welcome you home to the Depot District.” Mayor Robert J. Lovero continued, “Your studio looks great, and we welcome you to the neighborhood. The City and the BDC are here to support you in whatever way you need. Best of luck.”