Bryan Hiner

 Bryan has been photographing people for over 25 years and has enjoyed both the film and digital elements of photography. He enjoyed hours in the darkroom watching the magic of images appear in solution to being able to take the most uninteresting subject matter and make it interesting through the evolution of Photoshop. 

Every business needs an entrepreneur and Bryan's diverse background and ability to get to the specific goal has allowed Haarmony to stay in business for the past 18 years. In addition, Bryan was able to move from high level tennis coach, to photographer, to salon owner, to construction company owner and continue to have success in all fields, while also directing Haarmony.

Haarmony purchased HeadShots, a corporate head shot specialty studio from long time friend and photography mentor Michael Romeo. Michael has had successful photography studios since 1968. Bryan jumped at the opportunity to purchase a successful 27 year old specialty head shot business! The photography industry had seen more changes to the field in the last 15 years, than it had seen in the last hundred years. The transition from Sandy Springs to Roswell will allow us to not only service all HeadShots photography clients, but also add hair and make-up service to the equation.

Bryan would say his true talent now is the ability to hire the right people in the correct position so they can focus on their particular task at hand.  Bryan says, "The key to every successful business owner is to know your limitations and hire people to handle the things you don't do or don't do well. As a business owner you have to delegate specific tasks so you can focus on the overall picture of the business, while everyone else focuses on the present tasks at hand."