I have been a photographer with an emphasis in automotive content since my high school years. I am now just about to graduate college and have recently invested into a new kit and lenses in order to offer competitive content in my space that has a unique signature feel. I love finding new ways to demonstrate the art and design that goes into vehicles and find that walking around the scene before shooting to be my best ally when it comes to creating original content. My photoshoots are simple in terms of processes, but do not sacrifice end quality or value. I have created content for dealerships, private events, private clients, and for other car enthusiasts such as myself.
The thing I love most about my job is being given the chance to get up close and personal to many different types of cars. I love not being rushed or standing in someone else's photo at a car show, and being able to first appreciate the quirks of a car, and capture them for owners and others to enjoy. I also love listening to owners talk about their cars, because they have lived a portion of their lives with these cars and always have equally meaningful stories about their experiences.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have only shot automotive content previously, but I find that my editing style when combined with unique weather and settings defines the photoshoot. Each is very different but holds my style of emphasizing the natural feel of the photos.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
I don't think that I have received any special recognition for my photography but I strive to make sure all my clients are happy with the end result.
A fun fact about this photographer
I have just completed a degree in financial planning, and one of my other primary interests is retirement planning and investment advice.