Randy Mittan was born in El Paso, Texas 62 years ago. He has lived in Wisconsin, Colorado and Florida. Now he calls Nebraska his home.

Randy has done everything from filming television and being a projectionist, to lecturing and running his photography studio. He has managed a camera store, and worked in a lab for professional photographers. He recently earned a business degree with focus on entrepreneurship, and was color printer & salesman at Harman’s Camera Center in downtown Lincoln.

He knows all camera formats inside and out, film characteristics, lighting, and darkroom & posing techniques. He shoots infrared black & white photos, and loves black & white, digital, and computer work.

Randy does traditional fine art photography very well, but prefers the freedom of unrestricted creativity through his lens. Randy uses Nikon equipment, Mac computers, Epson printers, Photoshop and Lightroom.

He is available for freelance work of all kinds, including business, portrait, or product photography.

All photographs are for sale matted and framed, or just matted. Sizes from 4 x 6 to panoramas are available.

Feel free to email him at randymittanphotography@earthlink.net with any of your photographic questions, or make an appointment to visit his Burkholder Project’s Studio 14 in the upper level.

Gayle Mittan was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, and currently lives in the house she grew up in. She has interests in digital photography, animals, fashion and computers. She currently shares a studio with her husband Randy, and friend Cindy Wood.

Gayle has exhibited photographs in venues such as libraries, banks, offices, cafes, churches, nursing homes, fairs, and even has some prints in Lincoln, England. She was the newsletter editor for the Lincoln Camera Club for 2 years. Her previous business endeavors included a unique clothing boutique called Boog’s, and a certified dog grooming salon named K-9 Grooming.

Many describe Gayle’s work as “really good” but she sees it as unconventional, unique, universally liked photographs that people can relate to. This photographer hopes you can relate to them too.

All photographs in the studio are for sale matted and framed, or just matted.

Feel free to email her at boogsrocks@earthlink.net with any questions or make an appointment to visit the Burkholder Project’s Studio 14 during off hours. New work is displayed the first Friday of every month from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

The Burkholder Project
719 P Street
Studio 14
Haymarket District
Lincoln, NE 68508
or 402-580-2263