Isaiah Bullock is all about feeling. His provocative photography is designed to wow his audience producing a connection with the viewer through emotions captured in his one of a kind imagery. He breaks the mold, pushing the boundaries to produce iconic images. His expertise in design principles and manipulating light are the key to his success.
A wide body of experience in portrait, headshot, events, weddings, product photography, design, graphic design, and videography make him a powerhouse creative. His body of work ranges from personal clients to company contracts including working for Kodak to capture food photography throughout New York. He believes no job is too big or small, what matters is your ability to find the custom solution to each client's needs.
I love that my job allows me to see things in a different way and share that with others. Things that are very mundane can become a provocative work of art. It allows me to see the world around me differently everyday. My ability to produce striking images relies on the ability to be present and appreciate the unique beauty in everything.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
Some of the most rewarding work I have done has been photographing weddings, which combines portrait work, detail photos similar to product photography, and styled posed photos similar to commercial work. One of the biggest comments I receive from clients is how I've mad such a unique experience based on the couples personalities and lives together. One of my more unique photos was captured while driving the couple around after the ceremony and seeing a man pulled over on the side of the road in an amazing classic hotrod. I pull next to him and explain it was their wedding day and I think it would be amazing if they could take a few photos with his car. The bride and groom was thrilled to have such a unique moment that no other person would have.
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A fun fact about this photographer
I like to explore, whether it's hiking in nature or biking around a new city and capturing the views.