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MindWorks Photography Spins Up New Portrait Division, Image Dreams Studios

Sept. 16, 2011

Muskego & Big Bend, Wisconsin - September 16, 2011 - MindWorks Photography LLC is excited to announce a new division devoted to portraits and wall art that is created with portraits. The new division is called Image Dreams Studios. MindWorks Photography will continue to provide action photography, for example water show ski, football, snow ski racing and performing arts. Image Dreams Studios will focus on portraits of babies, children, high school graduates (seniors), families and pets.


“The reason for the separation” according to artist, photographer and owner Carol Schlintz, “is to focus the right products and services on each market.” Schlintz continued, “After 7 years of serving both of our client groups under the same business model, we realized that it wasn’t working optimally for either group.” Image Dreams Studios was born out of that realization.


Image Dreams Studios has a residential studio and also shoots on location. Every product is unique and artistically crafted. Specialties include watercolor and oil-style paintings, large wall art and exquisite albums in addition to the standard print finishes and sizes. All sessions are by appointment and include a consultation, photography session and projected proofing session.


The MindWorks Photography website is . To visit Image Dreams Studios online, go to .




Carol Schlintz

MindWorks Photography and Image Dreams Studios

PO Box 196

Muskego, WI 53150

Phone: 262.679.7900


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