Gail Reich is a Chicago based photographer, but will always be an East Coaster at heart. Her love of photography began while she was attending Skidmore College and grew as she specialized in the field at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Gail’s photographic work combines her love for people, design, nature, and art. She is technically skilled: capturing beautiful skin tones, vibrant color, and all around emotive, honest images. Her years of experience and understanding of others allows her subjects to feel natural in front of a lens. One of Gail’s favorite parts of the process is editing. She personally edits every print and creates the layouts for every album. Her passion for being the best at what she does is evident in the final products for each of her clients.
When Gail is not tethered to a camera or a computer, she is busy exploring, learning, and keeping active. She recently received her Masters in Psychology from Northwestern University. In addition, she can often be found chasing plastic discs, playing for a nationally ranked women’s Ultimate team. Gail lives with her awesome black cat Parker, and loves to spend time with her wonderful friends.
At two weeks old, Amelia is still a tiny baby! So cute. And for being such new parents, Tracy and Keith seem to be impressively relaxed and under control. It was wonderful to take images of the new addition to their family:
The Gwinn twins have arrived! I was fortunate enough to take some photographs of them at 6 weeks of age. James and Amelia are truly adorable. Here are some family photos that can’t show enough how much their parents and grandmother love them:
I literally just held this adorable newborn for five hours the other day. She is so cute! Although all she wants to do is eat & sleep, it is obvious that she is a well behaved kid. How could she not be with two of the most calm parents I know? Alia & Alex, I […]
I had the pleasure of spending time with the Jackson family this past Saturday morning. We enjoyed the Fall air and then explored their lovely home. Clarke is very well behaved for a 9-month-old, although he likes to save his smiles for when the camera is not there.