I am not your typical professional photographer. When you think of professional photography you typically envision the flowery bouquets and white gowns of weddings or perhaps a family huddled together with stiff smiles at your local department store. I shoot none of those things. I am a commercial photographer.
What is Commercial Photography?
Commercial Photography is a category that is best describes as follows: A photograph that is used to help sell, advertise or market a product, service, person or persons.
All those photographs that you see in magazines, online publications, billboards, CD covers or posters all fall under commercial photography. I help you promote your business. I help sell your product. I help market yourself. I take photographs that will help you reach whatever goal that you envision.
How I started.
My interest in photography began in high school while I was one of the staff photographers for the yearbook. I noticed that I had a inkling towards portraiture and music photography while I was in my late teens. I picked up my first digital camera in 2010 and never looked back. Creative lighting is a particular interest of mine which makes me a strobist (a photographer who uses artificial light).
When I’m not out shooting or in my office writing, I’m usually spending time with my two amazing daughters, Novalee and Lillian, and other friends and family.