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Monica's Foto Houston

Capturing memories for years to come!

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to COVID 19, Monica’s Foto Houston is committed to helping our customers maintain a healthy environment. Scheduled appointments can be over the phone or through e-mail. We will continue to inform you of any updates on our behalfs.

 

***Photo sessions allowed at this moment***

  • In-Studio: Photo Passports and  Photos for Governmental Documents will be allowed for In-Studio Sessions. Prints are given the same day. 
  • Out of Studio: Sessions will be arranged by phone. Payments, Images, and Orders will be made online. (For photo previews; once photos are uploaded a link will be provided.)

Welcome to our Studio!

Monica’s Foto Houston helps their customers fulfill their specific needs; especially those who are on a budget. Creativity, innovation and imaginative idiom, fantasy becomes reality. Monica’s Foto Houston is a devoted company that works with the Houston surrounding areas. We offer a variety of types of photographic styles. Creativity accomplishments are one of the many reasons how we help Houston fill that spark. Love and passion for art bring our talent to many of our customers from a photographic perspective. "Capturing memories for years to come!"

 

¡Bienvenido a nuestro estudio!

 

Monica's Foto Houston ayuda a sus clientes a cumplir con sus necesidades específicas; especialmente aquellos que están en un presupuesto. La creatividad, la innovación y la imaginativa idiom, una fantasía se convierte en realidad.Monica's Foto Houston es una dedicada empresa que trabaja con el Houston las zonas circundantes. Ofrecemos una variedad de tipos de fotografía con estilos. Creatividad logros son uno de los muchos motivos cómo ayudamos a Houston llenar esa chispa. El amor y la pasión por el arte llevar nuestro talento para muchos de nuestros clientes a partir de una fotografía de perspectiva. "¡Capturando Recuerdos para los años venideros!"


This entry can be found on my bio page.

Why did I start in Business?

I recently answered a question about why I stared in business. This was the response I gave:

"I went with my father to a business seminar back in 2009, my dad was already his own business owner. I learn from him and help him with is business at the office. 2011, I was a junior at East Early College High School when I decided to make a DVA. At the time I knew I wanted to pursue photography as a career but wanted to continue my education. I left for college 2012 after graduating and transfer some of the college credit (Dule-Credits) that I earned at Houston Community College. I started at Santa Fe Univerity and Design  2012 of the Fall- Semester for Photography Major.  After three years I came back to Houston and picked up where I left off. I had obtained more skills and practice in portrait photography. During 2014-2015 I was in the transition of the start-up phase of my business. By 2016-2017 my business has grown among the community. Spring 2017 my dad and I open our office and studio space so that our customers can visit us to conduct business. We were there for three years until these past few months. I am still conducting business but from my own home. I am meeting customers out on location and booking has continued to be made over social media, online, or by cellular phone."

During COVID-19 I had plenty of time to reflect and if you know me personally then you already know I keep pushing forward. 

If there is anything that I would like to say to other business owners is that know your community, family, and friends are always going to support your decisions. 

 Stay strong and be kind! These hard days will pass. 

- Monica A. Barahona