What’s the most important thing you need to know about the photographer you hire?
Is it her credentials? His client list? Even the equipment and skills?
It's none of those things.
The most important thing you need to know is that your photographer is going to do things your way. No hassle, no drawn-out time frame, no “artistic temperament.” Just quality results, quickly.
Taking show-stopping photos depends on more than the technical components of photography. Great photographers can get people to relax in front of a camera -- and that’s a talent you don’t find easily.
I have more than 20 years of experience as a photojournalist and photo editor, with the full range of accompanying skills, from the science of lighting to the art of rapport.
I can work easily in many different situations, to get your story told your way. I’d love to
discuss your project. No job is too big to cover or too small to matter.
Here is my resume if you are interested.