Photographer Margie Mobley cultivated her artistic approach and sense of artistic style through her years as a creative director and graphic designer in corporate America.
She’s acted as lead creative director and art director on countless advertising and branding photo shoots throughout her career.
And while an appreciation for beautiful photography has always been part of what made Margie a nationally award winning graphic designer, it wasn’t until her own children were born in 2007 that she embraced a more “hands on” involvement in creating breathtaking memories through her unique creative style.
I feel photography is more than just documenting a wedding ceremony or a what a person looks like. It is about capturing an emotion, a slice of life and preserving a moment in time. It’s about capturing each client’s unique style… a Vera Wang wedding gown… Agent Provocateur lingerie… Jimmy Choo to-die-for crystal mesh high heels… a rustic dance floor… brightly colored floral arrangements… candid emotions with just a touch of whimsy.
My style is non-traditional, with artistic angles and crops and filled with real life, clean, bright colors. Some of the best photographs are born out of the most unexpected moments; moments full of candor and expression; the moments when people are feeling true emotion and not waiting to be photographed. These moments are the true art in life that I strive to capture.”
Her sense of style and award-winning graphic design experience shines through in her album and product designs. Margie designs all of her wedding albums, boudoir albums and little black books, and reception guest books herself. Her clients get the advantage of selecting a photographer who will create their final pieces from start to finish. In addition to her exquisite portraiture, she focuses on shooting many detail shots specifically to fit seamlessly into the design, dramatically enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the final product: your heirloom album.
The resulting images and products are not only exquisite works of art, they are remembrances which capture the essence of your wedding day, and the style and personalities of those your loved ones for years to come.
Most of the time Margie can be found either holding a camera in front of her face, hiding out behind her iMac editing her latest photo session or creating those gorgeous albums she’s known for, or chasing her seven year old triplet girls (yes, you read that right, TRIPLETS!) around in circles.
When she’s not busy with her girls or photography Margie likes to spend time doing home improvement projects, watching USC football games, browsing her favorite photography forums, gourmet cooking and dining, stalking her favorite photographers’ blogs, trying to stay up to date with her friends’ latest FaceBook posts, and spending as much time as possible with friends and family…
…but let’s face it, most of her spare time is spent chasing those little girls around in circles (so they’ll fall asleep quickly at night!) and spending time with family. And she LOVES every minute of it… Wouldn’t change it for the world!