Whitney Ulm resides in Columbus, Indiana with her husband and two young children. She attended John Herron Art School and graduated with a BA in Fine Art Photography in 2003. She got married in 2004 and moved to Ohio for a couple of years before returning to her home state of Indiana shortly after her first daughter was born in 2005. She made residence in Columbus in 2006 when her husband was hired at the Youth Services Center. She’s always been a stay at home mom, which is such a blessing and had a couple of different part time jobs, but didn’t feel like she was answering her calling as a photographer. In 2007 she officially opened her own photography business, Eminence Photography. When her business first started she offered a wide range of photo sessions because she has the gift of being able to capture people naturally, but after gaining some experience she recognized how important it is to focus on areas she is passionate about. In 2008 her second daughter was born. Within the last few years she has established herself in the community as a photographer who is known for her “modernly vintage” style. She specializes in high school seniors, weddings, families and most recently nursing mothers.