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Thanks for stopping by to learn a little about me! I am Stacey and I am the face behind the camera at Stacey Schwarz Photography.  I honestly feel like I am the luckiest person because I absolutely LOVE my job! A couple of my favorite things about photographing seniors is feeling their energy and willingness to be creative.  I love thinking outside the box to create unique photos and give my senior clients a fun, one-of-a-kind photo session. Some seniors head into their photo session excited, and some are a little less excited and are doing it to please mom... I get it.  I can say that even the reluctant seniors tell me that they had fun at the end of their session and I consider that a win! Nothing makes me happier during a photo shoot than when I show a senior to see a picture I  just took and watching the smile unfold across their face. This translates to them feeling good about themselves and having more self-confidence. Being a teen is hard, and everyone deserves to feel good about themselves.  I want to make sure that every single senior that I photograph loves their photos and walks away happy with a little more self-confidence and a smile on their face.

About me...

  • My family and I have lived in Fishers for 20 years.

  • I knew I would marry my husband after our first date. 

  • I have four kids who are 28, 26, 24 and 16.

  • My sister and I are married to brothers.

  • I am a HUGE animal lover and dream of living on a farm. My husband fears that I will turn into "that cat lady" in my old age.  I could spend hours watching videos of cute furry animals. 

  • I hate to "go shopping".

  • I LOVE to read, and my favorite book is The Great Gatsby. I have read it at least 10 times.

  • The beach is my happy place. This girl needs warmth and sunshine.  I'm not sure why I live in Indiana because I hate winter and snow.

  • Unsweet tea is my favorite drink.

  • I could go to bed at 7:30 every night but I don't. I force myself to stay up until 8. 

  • I am beyond TERRIFIED of snakes!!!  Real ones, plastic ones, pictures of them, on TV, behind a glass cages at the zoo, it doesn't matter.   

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