I am Lisa Rubel..photographer…but love my other jobs and titles, too:

wife, mother, daughter, and friend.

I’ve lived in Tennessee all my life, and have called Mt. Juliet my home for over 17 years.

As a photographer in this community, I’ve had the privilege of practicing my skills on and around some of the most beautiful properties, along with getting to know the friendliest neighbors, as well as meeting and growing near to many wonderful Wilson County residents and organizations.

From High School Seniors, to families, toddlers, newborn, kids, and pets, Portrait Photography has me heart and soul. It thrills and blesses me when I visit the homes of my clients and see my canvas and prints on their walls and book shelves.

I have an eye for photography, but I also have an ear. One of the best compliments I’ve have been given considering my work, is “It looks just like me..only better!” meaning, I captured them, as they are, who they are, at that time in their life, through my perspective. So, if you have ideas, I’d love to hear them, tell me more about you or your family, then I can direct and drive us in a direction that is best for you. Pinterst can inspire us, but I want the final product to reflect who you are.

Along with Portrait work, I also cover a few events throughout the year, and am one of the photographers for Wilson Living Magazine. As time allows, I can add other photography jobs to my calendar, so check with me for availability and pricing.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope we meet, soon.

You can contact me at:



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“Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised. Give her of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praise her in the gates.” Proverbs 31:30, 31