Commercial Clients

High quality photography and videography give businesses a leg up on their competition, impress consumers, and provide a solid return on the investment. I have a variety of services that I provide for commercial clients. All of my projects include appropriate usage licenses for the images or video that I produce, and licensing terms can be tailored to your specific needs, including duration, intended audience, and intended market.

Photography Services


Company on/off-sites

Team building events

Galas & Receptions

Candid Environmental

Shops & other workspaces

Office environments

Portraits & Headshots

Executive Teams



Videography Services

Live Event Streaming

Company on/off-sites

Panel discussions


Training sessions

Light Video Production

Recording interviews with employees or customers

Get in touch

If you are interested in working together on a project, please use the form below to send me a note. We'll schedule some time to talk about the vision you have for your project, your timeline, your budget, and everything else we need to make it a successful partnership.

When is the event? When do you need the photos by?

City and state where your event or photoshoot will take place

How much are you looking to spend on photography/videography for this project?

I have questions!

Why shouldn’t my IT Team just do this?

IT Teams typically don’t have the in-house A/V production expertise, photography experience, or the equipment needed to handle these sorts of projects. It’s not a knock on them, it’s just a fact.

If you’re looking for high-quality production value, then you need to bring in professionals with the experience, skill, and equipment needed to make the project a success.

What regions do you cover?

While I'm based out of Pinellas County, FL, I'm available for events across the state, and even across the country if I don't have other clients scheduled around the time of your event. Travel outside of my normal area is typically billed as additional line items.

Can you sign an NDA?

Every Commercial Agreement I send includes a Confidentiality and Non-disclosure clause that should be sufficient for our mutual protection. That being said, I’m always happy to review an MNDA from your legal team if they require it.

So how does this work?

After I get an inquiry from you, I’ll reach out with some basic questions on your project. Once I have that info, I'll be able to present you with a proposal that will (hopefully!) work for both of us. Once you accept the proposal, we'll get started on formally scheduling everything.