It’s great to collaborate with institutions as a commercial photographer. Using authentic images, I produce compelling creative images that resonate with the public.
My commercial photography in St. Louis mainly consists of shooting for academic institutions and local companies. From simple headshots for public relations materials to entire image libraries, I’m able to handle a wide range of assignments.
I also make video advertisements and raw footage for social media posts. I enjoy summarizing researchers’ ideas into short videos to make them accessible.
I specialize in product, organization, and corporate photography. I have been able to spread science-based companies’ narratives across the world. I frequently photograph in their labs and offices, but I enjoy meeting the end-users and demonstrating how their research alters lives. Because of my experience working with people outside of the studio, I have learned patience and language skills.
When clients in St. Louis need industrial photography, the first thing we do is identify their objectives. I enjoy capturing their manufacturing processes in a neat and professional manner. Usually, we collaborate to create a library of photographs for future advertisements and social media posts.
Around St. Louis, many organizations and universities require a portrait photographer. I can photograph people on location or in my studio. My local knowledge, experience, and technical flexibility allow me to create narrative portraits in any environment.
Creating a single “hero” image or a library of hundreds of photographs is included in corporate photography projects. I’d be happy to discuss how to integrate your vision into your budget if you know what you need.
Pricing for commercial photography is determined by three variables: the quantity of photos taken, the range of usage rights granted, and the complexity of the shoot.