Need a professional photographer?

Photographers in Quincy, IL are a dime a dozen. Photographers like me, however, are unique.

Photo Packages

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Selfie-Free Zone!

$25

One-Time Fee
  • Put down the selfie stick! I’ll shoot a unique portrait of you for social media!
  • Shot in-studio! 30 minute limited session.
  • Facebook-optimized package!
  • Wardrobe & Makeup consultation!

Event Package

$200

Starting Fee
  • Four hours of shooting time available for your event (No Weddings)
  • Full-size, print ready digital files, with full rights to reprint and no watermark!
  • Facebook-optimized package! All photos will also be optimized for sharing on social media
  • I will accompany you and your group on-location, shooting as we go!

Custom Quote

$100+

Contact For Quote
  • If you need something not covered by the other packages, contact me for a custom quote!
  • Studio or on-location shooting available!
  • Full-size, print ready digital files, with full rights to reprint and no watermark!
  • Boudoir, portrait, family, and more (contact me to discuss options)!
  • Wardrobe & Makeup consultation available!

If I have to change my lifestyle, I don't want to live.

-Robert Mapplethorpe

As a photographer in Quincy IL, I prefer to pursue the less traveled roads in my imagery.

While I can, and do shoot more common portraiture and business photography, my freelance work can be considered.. deviant.

I shoot non-traditional portraits, architectural & automotive, boudoir, and BDSM. Each of these I approach with a different eye; where others see blemishes, I see a unique line to be exploited in the composition. Where some might avoid film grain, or unnatural colors, I embrace them in a guerrilla style that's all my own. Where some photographers will only shoot male or female boudoir exclusively, I shoot both, and prefer to avoid the common tropes of boudoir.. Even embracing the BDSM scene, when requested.

I shoot exclusively with a mirrorless 4/3s camera with an (admittedly nice) kit lens; while the versatility of having multiple lenses and cameras can bring a lot to a session, getting too bogged down in equipment can detract from the work itself, which I have experienced multiple times.

One camera, one lens, and two eyes are all I need anymore.

 

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