Studio Q Photography celebrating 10 years in Amherst

Special Holiday Exhibit and photography on display at the Art Center


Jun. 18—Studio Q Photography in Amherst is marking 10 years of service in 2023 with a series of celebrations throughout the summer.

Since its inception a decade ago, the company has dedicated its time to capturing life’s precious moments.

“It is with great joy and gratitude that we celebrate our 10-year anniversary,” said Michael Ciu, co-owner of Studio Q Photography. “We started this journey with a simply goal in mind: to freeze the beautiful moments that pass by in the blink of an eye.”

As part of the celebrations for the company, Ciu and his wife, co-owner Marie, decided to honor their clients with special free events during Walkin’ On Wednesday celebrations in Amherst.

“I am very grateful to the people of Amherst,” Marie Ciu said. “They have welcomed us with open arms over the past 10 years, and it has been a great community for us to be a part of.”

Throughout its 10-year journey, Studio Q Photography has amassed a loyal clientele that extends from individuals and families to businesses and organizations.

Their diverse portfolio showcases a range of creative and striking imagery, capturing emotions and nuances that make each photograph a story.

“As part of our celebration, we have a bunch of free prizes for guests to enjoy,” Marie Ciu said. “Inside the studio, we have a spinning prize wheel with small giveaway items as well as a guessing game for the community to try their hand at.”

The studio also is showcasing some of its new products through a raffle giveaway.

“As a token of thanks to our community, we also will be offering free activities during Amherst’s Walkin’ On Wednesday events throughout the summer,” Marie Ciu said.

The studio brought on Vicki Barbaro of Fancy Faces Painting for free face painting June 14.

For July 12, the studio will partner with Northeast Ohio Creatives welcoming some fan favorite princesses for free photos and meet and greets.

“We are very excited to be able to reach this milestone in Amherst and are looking forward to many more to come,” Marie Ciu said. “As always, we have the community to thank and are immensely proud of our achievements and the incredible relationships we have built along the way.”

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