LaToya is a visual artist, based in Long Beach CA, and specializes in Photography, Video, Branding, and related visual communication. She received her BFA degree with a Photography concentration in 2013. Self-produces a weekly YouTube channel, TorinTalks.
Eric caught the photography bug in high school starting with his Canon AE-1 in the 1980s. Ever since then, his passions and excitement for photography have never waned.
Eric has photographed at the professional level at sporting events and weddings since the 1990s. It doesn’t matter if the subject is a moose in the river, a truck in the air, or a bride and groom at the altar, Eric enjoys photographing them, and he loves to share his passion and skills by teaching others.
His love of photography prompted him to purchase Tuttle Cameras in 1998, and he has been “playing with toys (cameras)” ever since.
Graduated in 2010 with a trade diploma in Commercial Photography from Long Beach City College, Anthony was immediately hired as a Studio Lab Technician for LBCC. In charge of operating the photography department’s lighting studio, he tutored students on safe studio practices and developing creative lighting techniques.
Anthony also created an after school youth program for The Center, using throw away one time use film cameras.
Currently Anthony currently works as a Technical Sales rep at Tuttle Cameras and as a freelance portrait photographer. He has had the good fortune to photograph Betty White and Shaquille O'Neal, and be published in several of Long Beach’s local newspapers.
Steve has documented his travel for more than 20-years. Traveling frequently for both a living and for pleasure he has photographed everything from the base of the Eiffel Tower and inside the Colosseum in Rome, to sunrise on Maui's Mount Haleakala and underwater shots at the Great Barrier Reef. He's studied with a number of renowned photographers.
His photograph "Two Sisters" was the first professional image selected for Destinations Magazine's online Travel Gallery. His travel photographs have been featured at the Bixby Knolls Expo Art Center, and published online in the Wall Street Journal and in the promotional material for the film DREAMS WITH SHARP TEETH at the South by Southwest Film Festival (SXSW) in Austin, Texas.
Lance has spent many years in the field of photography, starting when he was in high school. His father was a freelance photographer, so he had access to a lot of cameras and lenses, as well as a darkroom in the garage. He started managing camera stores in 1987, and continued to do so until 2004. That is when he got this job at Marketstar. Now he travels around the world teaching about the Canon EOS systems at workshops and events. Although he has always considered himself primarily a sports photographer, working with Canon in various workshops and environments he has a great appreciation of other fields of photography such Macro, Wildlife, and Portraits.