Architectural & Commercial Photographers
Little Rock, Arkansas
ABOUT “Camera Work”
Camera Work is central Arkansas’ foremost source for commercial photography. From our full-service studio in downtown Little Rock, AR, Camera Work provides advertising, corporate, aerial, industrial, museum, food, product, medical, event and architectural photography, as well as business and lifestyle portrait photography. Camera Work’s creative and insightful professional imagery is used by architects, designers, corporate clients, advertising agencies, magazines, manufacturers, and artists and museums. In-studio or on location, Camera Work has the tools, technology and experience to deliver.
Camera Work’s 4,200-square-foot photography studio includes two studio spaces, a 22 x 15-ft. paintable cyclorama wall, drive-in access, a full kitchen, conference room, wireless Internet access and parking. Camera Work’s location is convenient to the Little Rock National Airport, Arkansas’ largest talent agency, major highways, and excellent restaurants and accommodations.
Camera Work has been operating for more than 20 years and their corporate, small business and individual clients trust them to get the job done cheerfully, on-time and on-budget.
Camera Work Services
Medical or manufacturing, corporate or culinary, in-studio and on location, Camera Work can help with your next project.
• Commercial Photography
• Corporate Photography
• Aerial Photography
• Industrial Photography
• Food Photography
• Product Photography
• Public Relations Photography
• Photography of Artwork & Artifacts
• 360-degree Panoramic Photography
• Legal/Patent Photography
• Medical Photography
• Macro Photography
• Archival Black & White Printing
Camera Work’s People
Cindy Momchilov studied fine art photography at Ohio State University and received her degree from the Rochester (N.Y.) Institute of Technology’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. Cindy excels at photographing people, food, products and artwork. Her photographs of paintings, drawings, crafts and sculpture have appeared more than 100 museum catalogs and art publications. In her free time, Cindy enjoys using Holga and Diana plastic cameras to produce sequential imagery and panoramas. She admits if the photography career had not taken off, stand-up comedy would have been her next choice.
Janet Warlick studied art, photography and journalism, graduating from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She has honed her skills to become one of the region’s premier architectural photographers. Her strong people skills and eye for composition have endeared her to art directors, photo editors and subjects. When Janet is not working with clients she enjoys sailing on Lake Maumelle, riding her motorcycle, exploring the outdoors and a plane ticket to almost anywhere.