About Michelle and Craig
Bliss Studio started out as Craig Stewart Photography in 1998 and we quickly became the leaders in the Ball Photography industry. The main reason for this is we were always wanting to do better. We wanted to give schools a better option for balls and graduations than just another 'school photo' experience. We achieve this by ensuring we have state of the art equipment, a large selection of backdrops to suit any theme and actually care about the finished product.
Bliss Studio has a fun team of photographers who, along with all the requirements for your event, are coordinated with precision by Michelle while Craig is the technical expert. As owners of the business one of them will always coordinate with you to ensure your event is photographed the way you want. Bliss Studio values relationships with our schools. We strive to be the best at what we do in all aspects and this goes well beyond the night of the ball. Our commitment to providing outstanding service on all fronts has earned us the loyalty of so many schools and as a result we have relationships with our a great many of our schools that exceed 10 and even 15 years. We never take this for granted though - Bliss Studio will always endeavour to earn your business and continue to offer you new incentives and options.
We have photographed over 150 different schools across WA and estimate we have had over 500,000 students in front of our cameras. We love the idea that our photographs are adorning photo walls, side tables and scrap booking albums in thousands of homes.
Crusading against the Digital Dark Age
- Craig & Michelle are on a mission to ensure the Milennials have images they can enjoy in the future (even if they aren't really thinking about the future themselves). They don't want students to have a 'shoot and burn' experience where they are left with nothing but digital options they have to remember to download (and then backup). We encourage all families to either purchase hard copy photographs from these events or print photographs themselves from digital files purchased.