March 30, 2010 | last updated December 1, 2011 5:14 am

Local photographer nabs Old Port spot

Photographer Debora Strout is moving her business, FreezeFrame Photography, to a 400-square-foot studio on Exchange Street on April 18. FreezeFrame Photography is currently based at 82 Gilman St., which is a cooperative shared by six photographers.

Strout says she always dreamed of having her photography business in the heart of Old Port. "Everybody loves coming over to the Old Port," including her clients, she says. "I think it will give a more professional view of my business."

FreezeFrame specializes in headshots for the corporate world and the entertainment industry. Strout is already booking several appointments for people who want to have headshots. She says all photo sessions in her new studio will be discounted 15% from opening day to Memorial Day.


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