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E DRAKE PHOTOGRAPHY January 2011

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Happy New Year !!! Happy New Year Everyone! 2010 was a great second year for e drake photography. I really feel that a great foundation has been built and I would like to thank each of you for your love and support throughout the process. Big things are ahead for us! With the help of my wonderful team, new products and services are on the way, allowing e drake photography to fill your every photographic need. Along with further growth in portraiture, new projects and images are coming from our fine arts section! I learned a lot in 2010 and plan to serve those lessons well in 2011. Thanks for being apart of the vision! EJ Drake

e drake photography prints on display in January! You can find e drake photography prints on display and for sale at three different locations! *Kansas State Department of Education, 120 SE 10th Ave, has prints of 'serenity' and 'buttons' on display *Hazel Hill Chocolate, 724 S. Kansas Ave, has prints from the series: 'Heist: Ridin' Shotgun to Lucas'. 'moments without names', 'images inspired by Avril 14th', 'Wine Cellar', and 'Topeka Ruins: Jayhawk Theater' on display through the end of February

*Tinkham Veale Gallery, 909 1/2 Kansas Ave, has prints of Muses I, II, III, and IV on display during the month of January, beginning January 7th

Give the gift of art! Check out: drakearts.weebly.com to see the various available prints from e drake photography! *Take 10% OFF your order through January 31st! Contact edrakeii@yahoo,com for more information and to place your order!


New Service: Business Portraits !!! Beginning in January 2011, e drake photography now offers business portraits! Great for small business professionals, contact: edrakeii@yahoo.com for more information and to schedule a consultation.

We’re billboard bound!!! Along with my portrait work for the Topeka Chamber of Commerce’s print ad campaign, I was also featured on the Chamber’s billboard located off East 6th St and Lawrence!


e drake photography's January newsletter