Hi! Thanks for stopping by to learn a little more about Mary Ebert Photography! I thought I’d share a little about me, so here goes:
I’ve been a Portrait Photographer for 10 years with a focus on newborns, children and families. We’ve relocated 3 times since I first started my business, so I’ve learned a lot about starting over! I started my business outside of Philadelphia, then moved to Charlotte NC, and now we live in sunny Tampa!
In Charlotte, I had the honor of being selected by ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition as the family photographer for the Friday family. Wow! What a fun week that was- so exciting to be a part of transforming their home & so cool to see behind the scenes of a TV show. I got to work with the family on ambush day and then my images were used through out their new home. Definitely one for the memory books!
For me, photography is a craft that requires constant education. In this technological world it can be hard to keep up with the latest camera, editing software, etc.. but this is my passion and I invest both time and resources into staying current in this constantly changing world. I’ve made it a priority to provide my clients with beautiful images that are displayed in their homes for years to come.
When you choose me as your photographer, we start on a journey together. I’ll be getting to know you & your family, so I think it’s only fair that you know a little about me!
I’m blessed to be Momma to two wonderful kids- they are growing up way too fast!
I’m married to my college sweetheart- this is us at his company’s Holiday party this year.
I grew up in Cape Ann (the other Cape!) and still love to go searching for beach glass and think there’s nothing more calming than listening to the waves crash on the beach
I love quiet Sunday mornings with a great cup of coffee, discovering a new book, Crossfit and walks with my dog, Molly
I believe there’s nothing better in the world than my son’s belly laugh and my daughter’s smile
I believe in giving back whenever I can, sometimes in big ways but more often in small ones.