Category Archives: Commercial Photography

Featured on the Cover of The Photographer magazine

I’m proud to have been featured in the Texas Professional Photographers Association magazine, The Photographer, for the July/August 2022 issue! My image, “Living Space,” appeared on the cover. This interior shot was taken at a Santa Barbara revival home in Great Uptown Houston, where I worked with realtor Ruthie Porterfield at Sotheby’s to capture all...

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    How to Prepare for an Apartment Photography Shoot

    So, you’ve booked a shoot with an architectural photographer. Great! High-quality photos are an absolute must when marketing your property to potential tenants. You’ll need exterior and interior apartment photography to showcase the building and its amenities – the pool, the common areas, the individual units. However, to showcase your apartment complex in its best...

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      The Transition out of “Commercial” Photography

      Making the transition out of Commercial Photography – This is a personal observation but I’m deleting the word “Commercial” from my business. It’s vague and doesn’t describe what I do. Architectural and Industrial photography may be a mouthful, but you hopefully get a clear picture 📷 of what I can do! Here is a shoot...

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        Never stop learning

        Here’s an image from a recent shoot at The Preserve at Old Dowlen Apartments. I recently attended an architectural photography workshop in Kansas, MO and was happy to use some new techniques I have learned. There’s a personal pledge I adhere to: Always stay on the cutting edge of music, fashion, and technology.

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