My approach to event photography has been largely shaped by my training in anthropology, specifically the concept of participant observation. I aim to participate enough to photograph all aspects of the event without participating so much that my presence changes the way events occur. I want to preserve in my photos the feeling of being there, rather than the feeling of being watched by a photographer.
Family portraits don’t have to be carefully posed, wearing matching sweaters in front of a studio back-drop; unless you want them to be! Get photos of what it’s really like raising two kids under five, watching the big game together, or on a summer afternoon at grandma’s house.
From conferences to office holiday parties, every office needs a photographer sometimes. I might be the right photographer for you if you’re looking for something off the beaten path, low-budget, or involving glitter. I offer discounts for non-profits and start-ups.
Good fundraiser photography shows off important sponsors, key donors, and the mission of the organization. A well-organized event has all the pieces in place to create this picture — it’s my job to be in the right place at the right time to capture it.
From getting that perfect Facebook event cover photo to creating an eye-catching poster, I’ve got you covered.
A photo booth is a creative way to give your guests lasting memories of your event, and they’re becoming increasingly popular. I can provide a plain background, lighting, and of course camera equipment. I can also bring props or accessories upon request. Depending on the duration of your event, I may ask to bring an assistant to ensure the booth operates smoothly.