Regina Goins has traveled the world over… She was born in Darmstadt, Germany and at a young age of 4 years old she moved to Pennsylvania then onto to Billings, Montana. Her family loved Pennsylvania so much they moved to Chester County and then Lancaster County after several years. She grew up with pit bull rescues, and cairn terriers but her very first dog was a husky mix she loved dearly. She was that kid who instead of using her parents computer to play video games, Regina would spend hours using it to study every dog breed known to man. Today, Regina has two rescued domestic short hair black cats and an energetic ball of fluff named "Archie".
At the same time she was studying dogs, Regina was taking photos of them with her family members. She fondly remembers being 13 years old with a camera always around her neck. When she couldn’t find a family member to photograph she would take pictures of random strangers with their dogs. Regina says “I knew my purpose in life and what I was good at… it is getting the people around me to smile. I take pride in capturing life from a different perspective.”
She is a proud Penn State alumnus who graduated with a degree in Communication Arts and Sciences. During her studies she broadened her horizons beyond photography, diving into her favorite courses of psychology, storytelling and non verbal communication. Regina was able to further develop her skills on being able to read other people’s behavior and decide how to effectively capture the emotional closeness within family members. She is skilled at observing facial expressions and body language to lead a photo shoot in the right direction.
At Willow Street Pictures, Regina has worked on hundreds of photo shoots over the past three years. Her passion is to create something new with each client that she photographs. Whether it’s here at our studio or on location in Philadelphia, she is always searching for the next great image, that fun doggie to play with, and capturing that emotional connection that ties it all together. In her free time, Regina can be found behind a mic with her ukulele or at home cuddling with her cats Icarus and Nymeria aka “Icky” and “Eerie”.
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Born and raised in Lancaster County, Alicia finds passion in meeting new people, playing with animals and enjoying beautiful and expressive portraits.
She spent her childhood years with an array of pets. Alicia has had fish, bunnies and eventually she met the best friend a girl could ask for, her golden retriever, named Rusty. After spending a full decade with this furry friend, he will forever hold a special place in her heart.
The last couple of years have been the most exciting time of Alicia’s life! She has started her own family with a silly and energetic golden doodle named Oakley and an adorable 9-month-old boy named Grayson. Oakley and Grayson cuddle, play, and cry with each other, filling the hearts of everyone around them.
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Nicole has a love for animals big and small. While growing up in Montgomery County Pennsylvania she had a cat, two birds, bunnies, numerous fish, reptiles, and a hamster.
Nicole dedicates her time and home to fostering dogs of all breeds. After loving, training and of course spoiling several dogs she finally found the yin to her yang in her very first dog, Boss. Boss and her snake, Lola, reside with her and her family in Shillington.
She is a Moore College of Art & Design alumni who graduated with a bachelors degree in curatorial studies and fine arts. While studying at Moore Nicole had intensively studied colors and color theory.
When selecting matting and frames for your art work you can trust in Nicole. She has an eye for color and is more than happy to help you choose the perfect combination of mats and frames for your home.
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Susan has a marketing and public relations background, and a strong passion for dogs. Whether you have a pet or people related business, she will help you put together a beautiful collection of Willow Street Pictures artwork to relax and entertain your clients while they wait.
She understands the importance of capturing the moment and the creative process in preserving that experience forever. "The pleasure is in the experience the reward is capturing it for print.”
When she is not at Willow Street Pictures you can find her hiking on trails with her husband and her long-haired Weimeraner, Gus.
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