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Photo Studio Opens In Oswego

OSWEGO, NY – A new photography studio in the Port City vows to “bring you another class of photographic services.”

21 West Photography has been open for about a month, according to owner Marianna Natoli.

From left are Second Ward Councilor Mike Myers, Marianne Natoli and David Bourdon holding their son, Ledger Natoli-Bourden.
From left are Second Ward Councilor Mike Myers, Marianne Natoli and David Bourdon holding their son, Ledger Natoli-Bourden.

The business had its official ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday at its 71 E. Seventh St. location.

“I have been doing photos, I’d have to say for about 10 years now,” Marianne said. “So, I decided to do it professionally now.”

She took classes while attending Oswego High School and continued her studies at SUNY Oswego.

“I think there really is a need for a high-quality photographer in this area, that does a range of things,” she said explaining her decision to go into business. “What I took classes for was artistic photography. I love doing weddings and portraits and whatever people ask me.”

Business has been “really good,” she added. She has done some bridal showers, weddings and the recent Move Along event in Oswego.

For more information or to make an appointment, Marianne can be reached at 297-7355 or www.21westphotography.com