One thing that I love about being a portrait photographer is being able to partner with extraordinary people with phenomenal ideas. Today, I am excited to highlight one of my close friends, Carrington Dennis, the founder of Tailored for a King. This organization creates a platform to showcase everyday people doing extraordinary things that uplifts humanity. I truly believe in his vision for this organization and honored to support him in any way possible. As a part of the launch, he reached out to create some portraits. Of course, I was excited to do it! Check out his images and don't forget to like/share/comment. Thanks - Your Photographer, Greg. To find out more about Tailored for a King, visit www.tailoredforaking.com
This past weekend, I was able to photograph a close friend, Devin. I always wanted to shoot Devin, since he was graduating this semester this was the perfect time! We shot around places on UMBC campus that were important to Devin. For every UMBC student spent a good chunk of their time in the Commons.
This past weekend, I was able to capture another couple's first photo shoot together. We were able to set up a date a few days after Thanksgiving. Also, this is my first photo shoot in DC, I was very excited to try out a new location! These guys came and we made magic! Check out the images below. If you like what you see please comment, I would love to hear what you think?! -Your Photographer, Greg.
One of my first fall engagement shoot, I was able to capture the playful chemistry of this couple. Having the privilege to shoot their first photo shoot as a couple, I held nothing back. As you can see from the images, the entire afternoon was full of laughter. I can't wait to help celebrate their wedding in May, 2015. Oh, I was able to capture them representing their favorite teams!
I personally have a love for music, especially live music. I was more than excited to be able to shoot these talented musician promotional images. I was able to learn a few things about bass and got to see these guys play up close. This was definitely one of my favorite shoots.