Here are a few highlights from an all day photoshoot about a month ago with models, Knoxville Chamber, and Visit Knoxville. Yes, it was hot:) I hope you enjoy some of these scenic photos of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. Please let me know if you would like me to photograph your next commercial project. I love my job!
I thought I would add some of the highlights of people I photographed in Washington D.C., while on assignment there for two years in a row with, “Project Zero.” Project Zero was a group, who lobbied for money to research and develop a cure for Prostate Cancer. I really enjoyed the pace of the city and the people who worked here in Washington D.C. I take this experience along with all my other assignments with me as I venture into the next photographic opportunity. I really learned a great deal about working with and for these people on these particular jobs . . . I hope you enjoy the images and get involved as much as you possibly can to help make our country as great as God is intending. I believe this is common sense; but, people need to work together to accomplish great things.
Here are a sample of the headshots I was hired to take for the Leadership Knoxville class of 2016. I really like the strong and almost dramatic effect the black background gives each person. I set up this shoot using three lights and a seven foot pop-out background inside the Knoxville Sunsphere. I also offer a new light grey background for a little more subtle feeling . . . and I always can do an environmental portrait that is best suited for your profession or personality ” on location.” I do have the option for a portrait made at my studio, however 95% of my clients are limited for time and I make your professional photography session my utmost priority for you I am a subservient and professional business owner ready to serve. Way to go class of 2016 Leadership Knoxville!!!
Working as the official photographer for Leadership Knoxville Youth Graduation 2015 was an honor to be part of and is the first of many more years of Graduations for Knoxville’s youth to come. I try and capture what the client instructs me to do as well as all of the unexpected moments that always seem to occur during the event! Hope you enjoy these photos . . . I have been staying really busy with events for the past month of May.
These students and faculty members from the University of Tennessee are trying to help the relief effort for their homeland of Nepal that was recently devastated by an earthquake that has taken the lives of over 4,000 people and leveled entire communities in the outer reaches of the country. Please direct your thoughts and prayers to these people and their families in Nepal. Also, money contributions are what they immediately need and can be found on many legitimate sites such as Unicef, Red Cross, and now Face Book. Here is a link to the story at The Knoxville News Sentinel http://www.knoxnews.com/news/local-news/nepali-students-at-ut-send-funds-for-earthquake-relief_95915584 University of Tennessee Nepali Student Association members, front row from left, Anju Subedi, Utsala Shrestha, Santosh Neupane, Santosh Naya, and faculty members, back row from left, Neelam Poudyal and Hem Bhandavi, pictured Tuesday at the UT Trial Garden, are raising funds for earthquake victims in their home country. (JUSTIN R. FEE/SPECIAL TO THE NEWS SENTINEL)
Here is a sample of the family portrait session I did with a family in Tellico, TN last Friday…If your family would also like me to travel to you and bring outside lighting equipment to make perfectly lit photos at your place just let me know. I will be happy to capture the love