No one was surprised when I started a photography
business in 1980. I possessed, or perhaps was possessed by, the entrepreneurial spirit at a young age; trading baseball cards
with my friends and publishing my own local newsletter. One summer I even sold shares of stock for my tomato garden I cultivated
in my backyard. Of course, once my mom heard of the IPO she demanded that I refund any money I collected from investors.
In the end it all turned out for the best as the garden yielded a bumper tomato crop that year.
Starting a photography
business just two years after obtaining my B.A. from Seton Hall seemed like the next logical step. I established Reiners
Visual Productions in 1980, providing photo and video services to the healthcare community. My clients ranged from small,
suburban hospitals to large, urban medical centers.
Through the years my business has grown and diversified. I now
provide these services to businesses and consumers throughout the Pennsylvania-New Jersey corridor. It makes for a rich and
diverse work week--photographing a ribbon-cutting on Monday, open-heart surgey on Wednesday, and a wedding on Saturday.
many technological innovations throughout these years has enabled me to provide outstanding quality at a reasonable price.
I look forward to not only meeting, but surpassing, the expectations of all my clients.