Snellville Photographer

Professional Photography in Snellville

I am the mother of three, who loves God and has a passion for photography! My goal is to capture high quality photos of your special moments, lifestyle, personality and story, in time. The moments in our lives that mean the most to us usually include smiles, laughter, and giggles and a session is not complete until I have created that moment for you.

About Lovelee Photography

Take a peek at my variety of photography services so you can find exactly what you are looking for. By viewing my gallery of photos you can see what my work looks like, and read testimonials from my previous clients to learn more about Lovelee Photography. I love hearing what you have to say about my work. When we first meet I enjoy getting to know you, so that I can customize my photography session to match your personality and preferences. I use a blend of styles and a variety of techniques from candids, to posed shots, to close-ups, to distant shots, and much more, so that I can capture your distinct vision and purpose for the photos. As a professional photographer, I have the experience and knowledge to provide you with stunning photos that will provide you with precious memories to last a lifetime. 

Ensure that your photos are creatively, authentically and beautifully capturing your most precious moments with my expert photography services. If you are interested in my professional photography, please contact us today!

About Snellville

Snellville is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States, east of Atlanta. The population was 18,242 at the 2010 census.

The City of Snellville received its charter from the General Assembly of the State of Georgia (1923). The first mayor of Snellville was Gladston Snell and the first police officer was Byron Whitworth.

In the late 1920s the charter went dormant and remained so for approximately 12 years before it was reorganized in 1940. W. C. Britt acted as mayor and George Martin and Crawford Juhan served as police officers. The city limits were enlarged to a 1-mile (1.6 km) radius from the center of town. Following Britt's term, the charter was again dormant until World War II, at which time Arthur Stancil became mayor. The charter has since remained active.

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