How will your grandchildren’s, children remember you? The older we get, the more we understand that our greatest role in life is to be a great parent. Many of us become so focused on this goal that we sometimes forget to enjoy the journey along the way. For the past three decades, Lori Grice has been documenting artistically the legacy, love and endurance of families. “There is no responsibility greater than capturing a child or a family and freezing a wonderful moment in time, knowing that future generation will relive that very moment,” explained Lori. “There are literally thousands of people with cameras who can take your picture, but what I work to capture is so much more than “just a picture.” It is your story, told either through a single portrait, a collection of portraits throughout your life or albums that eloquently and artistically tells your story.” While your family is home this Christmas, why not schedule the Lori Grice portrait session you have always wanted? With...Read More
Lori loves the fair. The colorful lights, the smell of pancakes, the sounds of heartfelt joy. It is a wonderful time to see our community come together to celebrate past traditions and make new ones for their family. The fair connects us as a community in a magical way. Some of Lori’s favorite memories were made at the fair with her grandparents, parents and her daughter, Edie Grace. Continuing a Tradition The fair booth has been a tradition for Lori for nearly 30 years. It is a way to share her artistry with the thousands of you who attend the fair annually. To celebrate our fair tradition, we asked a few of our clients to share their testimonials as to why they choose to invest in Lori Grice portraits. Our customers not only appreciate and value Lori’s portraits but they understand these are works of art that their family will cherish forever. Our client’s endorsements of Lori, their love for their portraits and their inspiring testimonials are the reason Lori strives to make...Read More
We have heard every possible excuse why you have not scheduled a Lori Grice portrait of your beautiful family. You are thinking of them right now as you are reading this, “I need to lose a little weight”, I need a tan”, “I cannot get everyone together”, “I want to wait until our family is complete”, “we want to wait until we finish our forever home”…and the excuses continue. We understand the commitment it takes to create a beautiful portrait. We also know that there is nothing you will cherish more than a portrait of your family. No one has ever regretted investing in a Lori Grice Portrait. Often, however, friends share their regret in never having a family portrait created by Lori. “My world changed on January 11th of this year, when my mom died suddenly at 65”, said Lori Grice. “There are so many portraits of my Mom I wish I had. The largest regret my clients share the most with me is that they don’t...Read More
WOW – where did time go? Seems like just yesterday Lori and I were heading off to her Senior prom at SHS and now our daughter, Edie Grace, is a Senior at SHS. The three of us have had so much fun going through over three decades of pictures sharing stories and memories. Each picture we selected for our video tells a small but powerful story about our journey. There is so much to share, so many mountain tops and a few too many valleys. Our marriage has been a partnership in life, business and parenting. As we look back, every step along the way helped not only give us purpose, but shaped who we are today. Individually and together, we are far from perfect. But each day we try to focus on making a small difference in the lives of our clients, family, friends and community. Lori and I were first attracted physically, but we soon learned that our past was quite similar. Both of our Mom’s had conceived...Read More
Edie Grace’s first day of school this year was the second time in her life that I did not drive her to school. She began a couple of weeks after most of her classmates because, even though she is technically a senior at SHS, she is taking all of her classes at GSU. Edie Grace is both a high school senior and college freshman simultaneously. I knew this time would come, but boy does it make Lori and I feel old…and just a little bit sad. Seems like just yesterday I was putting her on the bus for her first day of kindergarten. We did continue our tradition of having our first day of school image taken together. Thanks to having a Mom that has spent her career preserving precious memories for others encouraging us to, at the very least, take a quick snapshot we now have a pretty awesome collection of first day images. These document her growth and maturity and my grey hair, persistent aging and inability to...Read More
Capture the memories now!”
Lori captured her story creatively and perfectly through her Senior Portraits.
I will love them forever.”