Art Moreno, Jr., proprietor, grew up in a locally owned camera store business. In addition, Art comes from a linage of photography-lovers who have learned the art of holding-your-breath-while-you-squeeeeeeez-the-shutter [to avoid camera movement]. As a young boy, Art's dad (Art Sr.) introduced him to his first camera (Polaroid Swinger). More interestingly, Art Sr. was introduced to his first camera by his dad (Juan) when he was a young boy. The legacy continues as Art Jr. is now sharing his passion for image-capturing with his son, David; a fourth-generation photographer. Today, Art continues to explore his love for capturing memories and invoking emotional reactions as an entrepreneur and Accredited Staging Professional. His latest personal project can be previewed here.
Margaret is a native El Pasoan whose husband is active in the real estate arena for over 25 years. Margaret has been taking pictures for her husband's business and decided to take her passion for architectural photography to the next level. Finding and capturing creative angles comes naturally to Margaret. She is mother of three and an active volunteer for refugee services in our community.
David grew up in El Paso, did the Keep Austin Weird thing for many years, raised his daughter, and came back home 10 years ago. The picture bug started for David, sometime in high school, when his dad would give him hand-me-down Nikons. (Coincidentally, the new cameras always came from Art’s father). He has over 20 years of professional and architectural photography, and, professional photographic lab experience.
David is the son of Art Jr. He is currently a student at NMSU and assists his dad when his schedule allows. With a keen eye for angles and a passion for picture-taking, David is following in his dad's footsteps as an angle-master. In his spare time, David plays tennis and details cars for extra college money.