David Thompson of Re/Max Professionals
I have used Lisa's services on numerous homes that I have listed and sold and will continue to do so in the future.I have found Lisa to be very professional as well as outgoing which is very important during the times she is interacting with the homeowner.
Her photos are nothing short of excellent and have become a very important part of my marketing and in fact play an extremely key roll as I find that most people are very visual and want "to see the pictures" before scheduling a viewing of the home.
The feedback from the homeowners that I work for has been very very positive(most are thrilled with the Lisa's work).
I appreciate all of Lisa's hard work on my behalf and I look forward to using her terrific services many times in the future.
Phil Hossack: Winnipeg Free Press
I am a photojournalist with 30 years experience working with daily newspapers, magazines and wire services.
On her own initiative, Lisa approached me about a year ago asking if she could "shadow" me while I work and has since spent hours of her own time with me at work. While her initiative was impressive to begin with, her inquisitive eye, follow through visualization and resulting images continue to impress.
Once she has a grasp of a event, a person or an idea, concrete or abstract, she is able to follow through and produce compelling images enhancing and completing any project I've seen her tackle. New to the world of photojournalism, Lisa is able to stand aside watch, and learn before leaping in. As a result when finding herself in a new environment, she is able to separate herself from the crowd and show me visually what she sees, often giving me a new perspective as a result.
A quick look at her online portfolio offers a good cross section of her work creative eye, unique insight and ability to capture and to create incisive moments.
I have since referred Lisa to a few of my clients and she has deftly satisfied all their demands for illustration or documentation. I recommend her with confidence.
Winnipeg Free Press