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Storey Len has served with a Texas police department for years while utilizing his skills as a videographer and photographer. Upon retirement he will turn his talents to a more genteel type of photography. Stolen Moose will focus primarily on family portraits and weddings in the future. Len says that he fell in love with photography long ago and wants to continue as a professional here in Ennis. Along with his wife, Alisa Len, they have been shooting video and film of weddings and are adept at setting the bride and groom at ease. “We’ll meet with them at their residence or at a place they designate,” Len Says. “We do our best to make the experience of photographing the wedding as pleasurable as possible.” Stolen Moose can provide wedding memories with multiple cameras including hand-held, tripod, video and even a drone for outdoor ceremonies. “It adds a different perspective from overhead,” he said of the new aerial technology. Len says that the name of his business comes from his previous job. For details check their story on their website StolenMoosePhotography.com. They are also on Instagram @Stolen_Moose and on Facebook @ StolenMoosePhotography. Len says one of the jobs he loves to do is the outdoor family portrait, especially during this time of year when the Bluebonnets are in bloom. Contact Stolen Moose by phone at 737-808-4706. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!.

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