Berks 360 Tour Designs proudly serves

Berks County

Chester County

Bucks County

Lehigh County

Northampton County

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Our team

Berks 360 Tour Designs opened in June of 2014. After a steady growth over nine months, the spring market helped boost Berks 360 into a very successful territory. It is now expanding to cover Bucks, Chester, Lehigh and Northampton Counties.

Ann Marie Lander, Territory Owner

Ann Marie has had a passion for photography since her first photography class back in 2001. She graduated as a Photography Major, with a B.F.A. from William Paterson University. Shortly after graduating, she opened a photography studio which allowed her to create and sell fine art photographs. She then went on to teach darkroom photography before moving to Berks County.

Ann Marie was beyond excited when presented with the opportunity to open the Berks 360 territory. With the success of Berks County, she decided to also open several territories in surrounding counties.

Alaina Barrow, Administrative Assistant

Alaina graduated from Marist College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Media. After moving from Connecticut to Pennsylvania, Alaina is now an Administrative Assistant for Berks 360 Tour Designs.

What our clients are saying

I used to take my own photos for my real estate listings, but after trying out Ann Marie and her HD Photography I’ve passed the photography part of my business on to her. Now I can concentrate more on selling! Thanks Ann Marie!

Phil Macaronis

Why hire a professional? Because your pictures are AWESOME and get a home SOLD! Ann Marie has been a pleasure to work with time and time again!!!

Peter Dorwin

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We love professional imagery but we also love talking to our clients! Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.

23 Sawgrass Drive
Reading, PA 19606
610-334-9447

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