lifestyle portrait photographer, Barbara Liszcz
"As a lifestyle portrait photographer, I am continuously seeking out new relationships, and strengthen established ones. I believe in the beauty of each individual, and the interactions, the connections they form. Your story deserves to be told. Your history, your lifelong memories deserves high-quality images that will stand the test of time. Developing a sense of trust with your photographer is a crucial element in this process. That's why my mantra is to make and maintain personal connections throughout each and every interaction. At the end of the day, when you look at your photos, are reminded of your time in front of my lens, of preserving timeless, precious memories, and the sense of pride and joy are felt, than I know I've helped to make the world a better place, one click at a time."
Barbara and her husband are the proud parents of 3 beautiful, energetic, creative girls. She adores organic gardening, the great outdoors, hiking, camping, travel, painting, creating art, and her friends and family. She is a life-long learner and a degree-certified teacher. Having a curious nature, she enjoys meeting new people and experiencing new places. She blogs, and is a published writer. She believes firmly in listening to her heart. Her most inspiring fortune cookie, ever, foretold: 'Be Brave Enough to Live a Creative Life.' And, with each new day, she finds hope to continue to do so...
Barbara Liszcz specializes in lifestyle portrait photography serving southeastern Pennsylvania, in particular, Lancaster, Chester and Berks Counties, and beyond. Barbara is a member of Professional Photographers of America (PPA), National Association of Professional Child Photographers (NAPCP) and Tiny Sparrow Foundation. She has been growing her photography business and portfolio for eight plus years, a trusted professional in visual imagery committed to serving her clients with quality work and customer service from beginning to end, again and again. Her work has been featured on The Knot, and in her local community newspaper, Tri-County Record. She led a team of photographers and volunteers to participate in the worldwide movement known as Help-Portrait for 2 years running.
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