Copyright © 2011-2012 Ilona Goin.  All rights reserved.  Garden of Light Photography is a service of Opus 9 Media LLC.

Our art, your way.  Photographs and posters are available in custom sizes, printed on your choice of paper and canvas.
Celebrate in style.  Personalize wedding invitations or birthday celebrations.  Commission a corporate anniversary poster.  Make your special occasion stand out with a one-of-a-kind design filled with beauty and elegance.  
Full-spectrum experience.  Educate, inspire, and entertain.  We can help you communicate your message with a short digital slide show or a custom multi-track production.  Please note that custom design packages and original multimedia projects require from weeks to months of lead time.  Visit our company website at for details.
Framing tips

1 3 x 1 9

1 2 x 1 8

8 x 1 0

1 1 x 1 4

1 2 x 1 6

1 6 x 2 0

5 x 7

The essence of every garden.  As The Bard pointed out, a rose by any other name is still a rose.  We believe the queen of flowers has no equal and have filled our garden with its beauty.  Still, we have found room for other favorites, including the peony, iris, and water lily.
Getting to the heart of things.  There is no experience quite like getting up close and personal with nature. When the camera reveals hidden structures and compositions, art and science meet.
Seeing the context.  Photography offers a unique window on life:  We can alternately zoom in on details or stand back for a larger view.  Nature photographs, whatever the scale, reflect the beauty and wonder of life.
Creating a visual landscape.  Look at articles and ads in any magazine:  A photograph is the featured structure on a page.  It owns the space the way the statue of Admiral Nelson commands Trafalgar Square, the Arc de Triomphe rules Champs-Élysées, or the Statue of Liberty defines New York City.
Just as these structures depend on good city planning for maximum effect, graphics provide context and order. Words direct traffic, headlines serve as street signs, and colors set the mood.  Together these elements form a cityscape all their own—an environment for our imaginations, minds, and hearts to inhabit and explore.