Archive for March, 2012

Something for Families that Love MJ Photography

Those of you out there that I have photographed your wedding, child or family in any way and loved the experience. I mean loved it so much that the next time you need a photographer you wouldn’t think of looking anywhere else. I have something for you, it’s the new MJ Photography Family Premier Membership. As a member you will no longer pay creation fees for as long as you are a member. You will also get early notification to special events and promotions along with many other benefits as I come up with them.

There’s Only a Limited Number Available

The Premier Family Membership is a limited offer. I can only offer it to 20 families. Once you are a Premier Family Member though you can share the membership with your children as they start their own families. For example, you are a member and your oldest child is getting married, as soon as you know contact me and your child’s family will be Premier Members as soon as they are married. You will still be a member. Once the original 20 memberships are gone, the only way to become a member is to get it from your parents.

All For Just $500.00

You get creation fees for life for your family and your children’s families all for $500.00. Today my creation fees are $140.00 for a basic portrait session and this doesn’t include any extra bonuses that I may add at later dates. So, if you love MJ Photography and wouldn’t consider anyone else photographing your family call me now at 219-230-6440 before they are all gone.

In addition to may other events through the summer every year Chesterton’s European Market has their Pumpkinpalooza on Halloween weekend. The kids get to trick or treat at the vendors booths, decorate pumpkins, and go on a hayride in the park. The Pumpkinpalooza is the last outdoor market of the season, which will be starting again the first weekend of May. It’s hard to believe, but that’s right around the corner.

While putting this video together I couldn’t help but recall the sights, sounds and especially the smells of the Market vendors. This coming season will be my 4th season at the market and I can’t wait. At the risk of being redundant I’ll say again, the smell of the food vendors alone is worth the trip. I challenge you to walk through the market and not eat something. There’s also live entertainment supplied by some great local musicians. You can find out more about the vendors, food and otherwise at their website