Natalie here is an amazing client who always puts a lot of work into her cosplay. It’s incredibly gratifying to be able to show off her work.
I work at Millennium Fandom Bar almost every Saturday night, and part of what keeps me coming back is the attention to detail displayed by the many cosplayers who attend.
This image was taken years ago in Charleston, SC, where I used to live and work. Wheeler here was an energetic little guy, whom we essentially let guide us around an old plantation and sometimes get a few shots in. The big deal for him and his mother was this pirate-esque boat, which he had specifically brought along this outfit for.
I love Las Vegas, but sometimes I do miss certain elements of living in the Southeast. This is one of those.
You’ll see a lot of Natalie Rushman on this page, partially because she’s just that awesome, and also because we tend to come up with some pretty cool stuff on our shoots…. as seen here.
Back when I lived in Asheville, NC, I did a fair amount of photo work for a local pro wrestling promotion. This is a promo shot I did of one wrestler, who was kind of a big dude.
Richard and Caroline were a delight to work with. This was taken back in downtown Charleston, SC.
I’ve spent some time in Atlanta, and this was a particularly interesting case. I was staying with a local drag queen and invited to a show, and I asked if I could take some behind the scenes shots. He and his fellow drag queens said yes, and here we are…
Amanda and Devyn came to Vegas from Indiana to celebrate their engagement. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect from them, as this was a very last minute job, but they surprised me by being both incredibly chill and self-deprecating. So we did a “trashy Vegas” shoot and it was a DELIGHT.
Promo shot for Millennium Fandom Weddings. Nerdy wedding in Las Vegas? Millennium Fandom Bar is the place to go.
Shot for Escape Reality, an escape room company in Las Vegas. Alcatraz, one of their two toughest rooms, is one mind-bending experience.
There are a lot of great moments I look forward to at weddings. The first dance, the flower toss, little kids in tuxedos… but it’s the unexpected bursts of personality that really keep me energized on the job.
This camera was provided by a separate company, but feel free to ask us to provide a similar service! We’re always happy to help make your wedding more fun, even if we need to add a product to our repertoire to do so.
An early wedding for me. This was upstairs from a bar in Folly Beach, SC. The wedding itself was attended primarily by folks in the roller derby community and had a voodoo theme, neither of which has anything to do with Guy Fawkes, as far as I know.
Need food photography? Send us an email. No, seriously, do it. I love shooting food, mostly because I usually get to eat it afterward.
Taken a few hours away in Zion National Park.