Eric has been working in IT for about fifteen years but photography has always been his passion. He was born and raised in Indianapolis, living on the west side and attending Ben Davis High School. After school Eric joined the Air Force and spent the bulk of his time in Nebraska at Offutt Air Force Base. He lived in Nebraska for about 12 years. It was there that he met his future wife, Jenni, and together had their first son, Carson. Launching his wife's career brought them back to his old home here in Indiana. Since being back they have had their second son, Samuel, and reconnected with some family and old friends.
His favorite type of photography is portraits in the outdoors and he makes frequent trips to several of the local parks and monuments for sessions with family, friends, or clients. Eric finds it exciting to be involved in capturing emotion and personality for people to share with their family and friends.
Martin J. Wagner discovered his passion for photography when he made a pinhole camera out of a Quaker® Oats box when he was in 6th grade. His cameras have changed a lot since then, but the passion remains. He enjoys taking photographs of nightlife, urban living, and events.
He resides in the Historic Neighborhood of Chatham Arch in downtown Indianapolis. He is a former president and vice-president of the Chatham Arch Neighborhood Association and is very active in his community. Martin is adjunct faculty in the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI where he teaches the Computer in Business. Martin and his wife Karyn are active members of St. Joan of Arc where they have sponsored engaged couples as they prepare for the sacrament of marriage. They also lead Financial Peace University at St. Joan of Arc. They just had a new edition to the family, William. Martin started his first semester in the MS in Technology at the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI.
Let's hope it gets good ones soon!