| Millie With Living Image

About Millie With Living Image

Living Image wouldn’t have had the staying power over the years if the Bennetts didn’t realize that maintaining a successful business requires caring for the community that supports them. In keeping with this philosophy, they have involved themselves with many of the local charity organizations around Jacksonville. Most recently they have involved themselves doing family portraits for military families with a member being deployed. Through liaisons at the USO they bring in entire families, have the photo session and provide them with a complete photo package free of charge. Right now they only have the resources to photograph just a dozen families a month but they are currently working to increase that number to 25 by the end of the year. We want to be your team of Jacksonville Photographers

Steve and Nancy Bennett have grown the studio to the 4,000 square foot facility on Sunbeam Road they now call home. From the comfortable, homey atmosphere in the reception area to the garage door to allow the entrance of cars into the studio, the Bennetts have created each facet of the studio to function beautifully to accommodate all their clients’ needs.  the set-up is only limited by your imagination and they can help with that with our free consultation and design services.  To compliment their services they have state of the art studio lighting for still and video photography as well as green screen and time lapse technology.

To compliment their committment to both their craft and their city, Steve and Nancy Bennett are members and/or volunteers of the following organizations:

  • Southside Business Men's Club
  • Professional Photographers of America
  • National Association of Photoshop Professionals
  • Salvation Army
  • Junior Achievement
  • Spina Bifida
  • Youth Achievers Program
  • Veteran's Independence Program
  • Moroccan Shrine Circus

Steve and Nancy have two children, a grown daughter living here in Jacksonville working as a live-in caregiver and a son in high school. They are committed to help Jacksonville continue to be a great place to live and raise kids and plan on working toward that goal for years to come.