If you're hiring an event photographer, it is worthwhile to find a good fit that will result in better images and a better experience.
Earlier this year, I photographed LinkedIn Live, a business event at the Oregon Zoo Conference Center.
Photographer Aaron Hockley recently had three images selected as winners at PPA's annual International Photographic Competition
A recent business portrait for an attorney in Camas; an example of location portraiture for professionals.
Examples of conference photography from a trade show and educational event at the Portland Hilton.
Sometimes I'll create a portrait that involves multiple lights, modifiers, a studio backdrop, and props. Other times, a client will simply want a nice casual outdoor portrait or headshot, such as this photo I made of Matt, a legal executive.
Last fall, I had the opportunity to photograph the Sports Illustrated Go RVing Tailgate Tour as it made a stop at Oregon State University for some fun and games before an OSU Beavers football game.
With on-location business portraits in the Portland Oregon / Vancouver Washington area, I bring professional backdrops and lighting to your location and we make great images without you needing to drive across town.
As we move into a new year, it's a great time to refresh your professional portrait for online (or offline) use.
In addition to client services work, I'm involved with other photography-related ventures. This week I'm presenting to internet business professionals at New Media Expo.