Yearly Archives: 2012

ATJ CHRISTMAS CARD DAY – SATURDAY 9.29.12 – AZ FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER

Ready or not, it’s almost September; which will quickly be followed by October, November and, yep, December. So beView full post »

ELLE Magazine and MadPax – AZ Commercial Photographer

OK, so my friend Tina Huber, is the mad genius behind MadPax–those cool spikey backpacks that are the objects ofView full post »

STEELE RESEARCH CENTER, TUCSON, AZ – PANDA – AZ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER

Getting caught up on a MAJOR backlog of blog posts is allowing me to relive some of the more memorable shoots of my yearView full post »

2012 HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS – AZ SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER

A belated congratulations to our 2012 Seniors. It seems they get smarter and better looking every year! “BeView full post »

Design*Lab Now Open – Mesa, AZ Commercial Photographer

My sister, Caroline DeCesare, just opened her first retail store, next door to my studio in Historic Downtown Mesa. WeView full post »

Melissa Jill and the Giant Sandwich – A Blogging Metaphor

I had lunch this week with amazing local wedding photographer Melissa Jill. She’s the go-to girl for weddings ifView full post »

Me and My Sister Designs – AZ Commercial Photographer

These two ladies are so fun, funny and talented. They are Barbara and Mary from Me and My Sister Designs and it’sView full post »

Let’s Do This! – Allison Tyler Jones Photography Workshop Mesa, AZ

At ATJ’s 2-Day Fly on The Wall Workshop on March 26-27, you can spend time with other photographers, try out newView full post »

Need A Confidence Boost? Allison Tyler Jones Photography Workshop

The Fly on The Wall Workshop is Back! Two jam-packed days of business inspiration and hands-on technique. Your brainView full post »

ATJ @ AZPPA – The Business of Family and Children Photography

Guess what I’m doing next Monday night? Speaking at AZPPA‘s March Meeting about Photographing Families andView full post »

MESA AZ IS ON THE MAP – REPUBLICAN DEBATES IN DOWNTOWN MESA – MESA PHOTOGRAPHER

It was a big day in Downtown Mesa yesterday. Made me proud to be a Fifth Generation Mesa Native. As you may have heard,View full post »