I’m known for producing great event photography for all kinds of shindigs. Because I cut my teeth on weddings, I can capture the energy and vibrance of any kind of event.
The holidays are a busy time for company events so I shoot a lot of parties. Something I hear consistently when working with a new client for the first time is that they’ve been disappointed with photographers in the past because their work didn’t catch the energy of what it was like in real life.
Vericon Construction hired me for the first time to photograph their holiday party at Bites & Bubbles in Winter Park and they’ve already put me on hold for their party next year!
“We are so very happy with all your photos. You have fully hit the nail on the head with what we were looking for! Thank you so much for highlighting our party in such a beautiful way.” -Jamie G., Vericon Construction
It’s not actually that easy to capture a party at night and good photographers make it look easy. Without natural light to fall back on, a photographer needs to use flash and, if not done skillfully, flash can suck the ambiance right out of a room. You can’t just point a flash into a scene and expect it to look how you see it with the naked eye.
Luckily for my clients, I’ve been doing this for 15 years and have all the tricks up my sleeve to deliver great photos in any light.