Sharvon Hales developed an eye and passion for photography, with an interest in portraiture, while in college studying Communication. She discovered early that a photograph has a story to tell, and enjoys capturing moments for people in various stages of their life's story. Sharvon has since photographed many artists, performers, families, and special events to turn these moments into memories. Her work has been published in the Philadelphia Inquirer and The Philadelphia Tribune. With a professional background in Marketing and Branding, her focus is to help her clients visually tell a story through the power of photography.
The world around me inspirers my creativity. Fellow creators, my emotions, world events, and anything that is of any influence to how I view humanity and the experience of life. My proudest moment as a professional photographer has been the ability to take first time family portraits for foster and adoptive parents. These are important life memories, and I am fortunate to have been able to help them document those moments.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I am most focused on headshot and portrait shoots. I like to get to know some things about my clients ahead of time in order to make their photos unique to them. It’s important to me to capture their true essence in these memories.
A fun fact about this photographer
I have many creative hobbies outside of photography, including crafting, home decorating, and cooking.