Photographers’ Massage

Vacaville Reporter photographer and certified massage therapist Teresa Willis is giving a special rate for a massage to photographers with back aches. For $30.00 she will give a photographer with a back ache a massage for one hour and fifteen minutes. A special price for three – one hour and fifteen minute massage for $75.00. To schedule and appointment, call her at (707) 446-4015. She can also be reached at the paper at 707-448-2200. Her massage studio is located at 406 Main St. in downtown Vacaville. Massage available are: transformational body work, relaxation, stress reduction, Jin Shin Jyutus, Shen and lymphatic.

Ron Eveslage just retired…

Here’s a message from television photographer Ron Eveslage, who just retired. A kind note from any TV friends would be appreciated. As follows: Your dues notice caught up with me..but I’m out of the action in the Bay Area…I’ve moved into semi retirement at my farm in Mississippi. I’m still taking a few assignments for old clients, but am trying to gracefully bowout of the day to day grind. So far its working. I wish the best for all the hard working photogs in the Bay Area..I will miss seeing all my old friends at the “Big Stories” that happen on such a regular basis in California. Should anyone want to contact me, I can be reached at: Continue reading “Ron Eveslage just retired…”

Sacramento Bee Photographer Attacked

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – A newspaper photographer who returned safely from such flashpoints as Panama, Haiti and Somalia was in serious condition Tuesday after a savage beating suffered while taking pictures for a springtime feature.

John Trotter, 36, a photographer for The Sacramento Bee, had been photographing children frolicking in record high temperatures Monday when a group of eight to 12 men demanded his film and began beating him. Trotter remained in fair condition Wednesday at University of California, Davis, Medical Center in Sacramento. Continue reading “Sacramento Bee Photographer Attacked”