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Welcome to Amy's Photography, fine art portraiture created by Amy Oxner. Amy Oxner has been a photographer for over twenty years and is an artist by nature. She has an effortless approach with people and her perspective is truly dynamic, reflecting realism and timelessness. Amy's Photography offers a variety of services in Gainesville, throughout Florida, and internationally.

Weddings - Using a blend of wedding documentary and fine art photography, Amy Oxner's passion for wedding photography reflects images of realism that capture the emotion and mood of these special events. Her nature and unforced style permits her clients to be themselves! Please inquire about our complementary photography sessions.

Children & Family Portraiture - Let Amy’s Photography preserve your most precious moments as heirloom art. Unique styles of documentary and fine art photography are available on location, at your home or in our studio. Services include maternity, infant, children and family portraiture.

High School Seniors - We love working with graduating high school seniors! It is an amazing time in one's life, so don't miss an incredible opportunity to preserve that precious time forever.

Modeling & Portfolio - Do you want outstanding and impressionable images for your portfolio or promotional package that will set you apart from the rest? Get your comp-card started today!

Commercial & Events - Commercial photography available world-wide for professional, corporate, and industrial images and identity.

Fine Art - Amy Oxner is an artist by nature. Commission her for fine art projects or stop by the gallery to purchase from her private collection.

Amy's Photography serves the Gainesville, Ocala, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Daytona, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Lake City, and Lakeland areas, and travels all though Florida, the United States, and internationally. For rates, please contact Gainesville photographer Amy Oxner at 352-371-1961.

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