A NEW photography boutique is scheduled for an official opening at Bolt this week and will welcome customers with a special open house.

Jenine Taylor Photography will open on High Street, Little Lever, opposite the market hall this Sunday, attracting new clients, other local businesses and photography enthusiasts from across the borough.

For Mrs Taylor, a mother of three, who lives in Little Lever with her husband Ben, the new shop is the culmination of a lifelong ambition.

She said: “For years I did photography as a hobby, when I was in college I was desperate to do photography but classes weren’t available so I ended up drifting back to normal work.”

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Jenine Taylor in her studio

She added: “When my third child was born I thought I could just do it to cover my costs and then it all took off from there.”

Starting out working in her garage, Ms Taylor later moved to a converted mill before the opportunity to open the new store in Little Lever arose.

She said: “I was just thinking about spending a little more time with the kids and then this shop popped up and it seemed like an opportunity I just couldn’t turn down.”

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The studio is on the High Street, Little Lever

Ms Taylor, who has worked as a photographer in and around Bolton, Bury and further afield for around five years, has already done some studio shots in the new space.

But Sunday will mark the official opening when the studio is introduced to the community and she is planning a number of special offers.

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Books and albums will be exhibited

Clients will also have the opportunity to learn more about Ms. Taylor’s work.

She said: ‘I have a few vendors who will be showcasing what they do and also Newmans of Radcliffe, the pastry shop, they will be supplying us with cakes.’

She added, “I will also be showcasing some of my work, so there will be books and albums on display.”

To learn more, search for Jenine Taylor’s photograph on Facebook.


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