Jeff Mulvihill, Jr Honored with prestigious Glaser Award

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Jeff Mulvihill, Jr. with instaimage Photography in Northern Nevada and Doc Wenzel’s Old Time Portraits in Monterey California, was recognized with the prestigious Martin & Bertha Glaser Memorial Award at the 2016 Antique and Amusement Photographers International Convention & Trade Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 3rd. The award was presented to Mulvihill by Derrick Gillikin, the 2016 AAPI President.

The Martin & Bertha Glaser Memorial Award, the highest honor in the Antique & Amusement Photographers International Association, is bestowed annually to a member who has given years of dedicated service to AAPI and the Old Time Photo industry. Mulvihill exemplifies the award. He has been a member of AAPI since 2004 and in that time he has served on various committees and the Board of Directors. Most recently, Mulvihill served as the 2015 Chair of Communications and 2014 Treasurer of AAPI Board Directors. He helped revamp the Association’s website and has introduced new methods of communicating with members.

Mulvihill has owned and operated instaimage Photography, a sports, portrait and event photography business in Northern Nevada for over thirteen (13) years. He opened his Doc Wenzel’s Old Time Portraits studio in Monterey, California in 2007 which is located in the 700 building on Cannery Row in Monterey. Previously, the studio was located in South Lake Tahoe for over 20 years. For more information on instaimage, visit http://instaimage.com. For more information on Doc Wenzel’s Old Time Portraits, visit http://docwenzels.com.