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The perfect picture:

From our diverse studio to the location of your choice

Spotlight Photography is more than just a studio – it is a beautifully manicured environment with a variety of backgrounds to create virtually any mood or setting, a portrait park unlike anything in central Indiana.  


In addition to a spacious interior studio with a variety of sets, Spotlight features grounds with gazebos, arbors, fences, doorways, decorative landscaping, a fishing dock, beach scene, a Japanese bridge, tire swing, rustic 2-story horse barn and plenty of woods with mature trees.

And Mark works on location as well, taking pictures in a variety of settings that will best reflect you and your personality.


We have a comfortable changing room, offer a wide range of refreshments and children and adults will love the treasure chest which is overflowing with….? It’s a mystery.

About Mark

I picked up my first camera before I even turned 10 years old.  I had an old Brownie and a Kodak Instamatic 120 and I just knew I wanted to capture everything I experienced on a roll of film, from fun with friends to vacations and anything in between, everything looked like a photograph to my eyes.  After a number of years as a kiddie photographer, I opened Spotlight Photography in 1985.  My other passions are painting and fine furniture design and making.  With the advent of digital, I was able to combine my love of photography and art to create truly unique photos. I doubt I will ever put my camera down and I have been blessed to do something that is more of a passion that a job.

About Nina

Nina has been with Spotlight Photography since 2013.  She is an incredible artist and is often the first voice our clients hear when they call. Her smile will brighten anyone’s day and it’s a pleasure to have her here at Spotlight.

I just finished looking at the amazing photos that were taken by Mark at Spotlight and WOW!  What an amazing talent and eye for the subject that he has. During my family’s photo shoot Mark made everyone feel as though they were the only one in the room and he also has this amazing knack of making infants smile for the camera and engaging them to keep their attention.




Flashes of Hope is a national nonprofit organization that changes the way children with cancer and other life threatening illnesses see themselves through the gift of photography.

Princess for
a Day

  This event gives girls of all ages the unique opportunity to feel like a real life princess for a day, while giving back to other children battling cancer in their community

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