Elizabeth (Beth) Price was born and raised in Traverse City, Michigan, and is a graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography. Price launched Priceless Photography, Inc. in December of 2002. Beth wants people to look at Priceless Photography's work and appreciate the captured memories and moments that will live on forever, creating an impact on their visual world. A people person, Beth loves working with her clients to gain their trust in her professional photographic services, and to keep them returning again and again for her fresh and unique style of creative imagery.
Beth is a member of the Wedding & Portrait Photographers International, The Professional Photographers of America, and the Digital Wedding Forum. She recently served on the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association of Books Institute, and as of a member of the Leadership Team of Great Lakes Friends of Safe Passage.
is a Traverse City based photographer with several years of professional experience. A 2002 graduate of Michigan State University
, he spent four years at a newspaper in Birmingham, Alabama, where he covered stories ranging from hurricanes to NCAA sporting events -- including NCAA basketball tournaments and BCS Bowl games -- to daily life in the South's "Magic City." Jan returned to Michigan in 2005 to join the staff of the Traverse City Record-Eagle
and enjoy the natural beauty of northern Michigan.
Jan was the 2001 Michigan College Photographer of the Year, and has won numerous awards from the Michigan Press Photographer's Association, Alabama Press Association, National Press Photographer's Association, Associated Press, and others. Jan enjoys photographing weddings with a journalist's eye, capturing moments both quiet and boisterous with an artistic quality and a sense of humor.
Cassidy was born in San Diego, California, and after meeting Beth at a Cinco de Mayo celebration in 2000 knew she would have it made if she chose to be adopted by her. So, she willingly rode the four-hour journey North to Santa Barbara on Beth's shoulder and proceeded to live the first four years of her life in style. Her fondest memory of her home in Santa Barbara was a seafood boil that was so irresistible that she sat among the guests in her own chair and feasted on fresh seafood including crab legs and salmon.
A bit hesitant at first, but not wanting to leave her best friend, Cassidy rode along and helped Beth relocate from Santa Barbara to Traverse City in the spring of 2003.
Extremely spoiled, she currently resides at our studio but spends a couple months of her summer on Long Lake where she bird watches, struts on the enclosed porch, and reigns over three golden retrievers.