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ABOUT US

Photolanthropy is a small, family-owned business that specializes in photo booth rentals, photography, and photolanthropy (i.e., giving back through photography). Our mission is to provide epic, one-of-a-kind experiences at an exceptional value, while also paying it forward to the community. We particularly love partnering with charities, non-profits, and schools.

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WHY CHOOSE US?

Aside from our mission to give back, we have two team members with 10+ years of photography experience. Our glam booth is loaded with fun options and was voted “best booth” at the Photo Booth Expo in Vegas in 2017 and 2019. We are also one of the few companies in town offering photography add-ons, a handheld roaming booth, and virtual booth. Lastly, with 22 nieces and nephews to entertain, we are pros at facilitating fun and shenanigans.

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MARK & KRISTY

We’ve been happily married for 19 years. Although we’ve practiced photography on the side for many years, we always dreamed of making it official (i.e., starting a “real” company together). We love everything about photography, particularly capturing those perfectly imperfect, candid moments. In 2020, we attended our first Photo Booth Expo in Vegas—and the rest is history! Photolanthropy is a conglomeration of all our favorite things—spending time with family, travel, photography, making people smile, and giving back.

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OUR INSPIRATION

Photolanthropy was inspired by our fun family and a bag of 90’s clothes from my childhood closet. The clothes were so “fabulous,” we decided to buy some additional props and wigs to kick things up a notch. We hoped these things would (a) entertain the kids at family gatherings and (b) be a fun way for us to practice our photography. However, we had no idea how priceless this makeshift photo booth would be for our family. We’re excited to facilitate the same fun for others!

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