Ally Cohen has always had an eye for detail and an optimistic outlook – which is a perfect fit for photography. Until the birth of her daughter Lacey in 1999, Ally had wanted to be in front of the camera, working in broadcast and related media. But when she took one look at her beautiful baby girl, she knew that behind the camera she would be snapping pristine, perfect shots to record all the fleeting moments of her growing family’s life. “Photography is the ultimate keepsake,” says Ally, “You take one shot, capture that moment, and a few minutes later another opportunity arises. How could we possibly remember all of those wonderful, doting but ultimately blurring moments if not for pictures?
So Frameable Faces was created in 1999 to offer a wide array of photographic services for families, professionals, corporations, and high school seniors. Ally’s husband Doug joined her not long after she opened the studio in the Orchard Mall in the heart of West Bloomfield and now they get to spend all of their time together! The studio is driven by Ally’s passion as a multi-faceted photographer who loves showing people how beautiful they really are through exquisite photography and fine art pieces. Frameable Faces specializes in custom photography, designing each setting, focus and theme according to the client’s wishes and goals. From children’s portraiture and family photographs to high school seniors and on-location corporate photos, Frameable Faces does what its title suggests: presents every face in an utterly “Frameable” way.
Ally and Doug live in West Bloomfield, Michigan, they have two amazing kids Lacey and Tony, and three cool cats, Nelson, Leo and Tucker.