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Mark Featured on WKYC TV's “Good Company” Morning Show

Mark Featured on Front Page of North Ridgeville Press

Mark Madere of SpectraLight Photography was featured on the front page of the North Ridgeville Press. SpectraLight Photography relocated to North Ridgeville from Olmsted Falls in 2006 and has served the Greater Cleveland area and Northeast Ohio since 1980. The photography studio creates family portraits, high school senior portraits, executive or business person's portraits, model and actor portfolios, Sweet 16 and Quinceañera events, glamour and boudoir photo shoots as well as photo restoration of faded and damaged pictures.

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Mark meets Donald Trump’s original “Apprentice”

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Mark’s embarrassing moment on Majic 105.7

An on-air visit to Cleveland radio station WMJI caused for an uncomfortable moment for SpectraLight Photography. Mark Madere – owner of the studio – attempted to stump the DJs with the type of business that he owns. After guessing that Mark’s business is a portrait studio, host John Lanigan then asked if he did nude photos. To be clear – we DON’T do nude photos although we have done several glamour sessions over the years – all done in a tasteful fashion.

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Mark helps raise over $25,000.00 for college scholarships

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Mark’s business is featured in COSE Magazine

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Mark’s photo is featured in Elyria Chronicle-Telegram

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Mark’s scenic photographs accepted for University Hospitals art show

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Mark helps raise funds for North Ridgeville Community Care with Bicentennial Mini-Poster

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Mark is interviewed for COSE Magazine on running a home-based business

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Mark offers high school senior portrait scholarships to students in financial need

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