Event Photography

May 21, 2018

A lot of time, money, effort and resources go into producing large events – whether it’s a fundraiser, corporate celebration, conference or retreat. You want to make sure all the details and excitement are captured, not only for your attendees, but so you have high-quality images to save, share and promote for next year.

I combine 20+ years of newspaper photojournalism and studio-lighting experience to deliver exceptional images, larger-than-life photo booths and in-depth coverage of your event – from the smallest detail to the biggest moments.

Based on the package and coverage you choose, I can provide photos, stories and video coverage, mail prints to your guests or provide real-time viewing and sharing of the photo booth images.

I have a team of photographers, cinematographers, writers and helpers who can provide you with the most in-depth coverage possible.

Also, depending on your event, we can discuss offsetting some of the cost of coverage to a sponsorship level.

Contact me today if you are ready to take your event coverage to the next level.

 

It’s pretty common for us to set up a huge 40-foot x 20-foot theme’d backdrop to produce great take-home images for participants of a corporate event or non-profit fundraiser.
The 59th annual Turquoise Ball – Serengeti Sunset, was held on Dec. 7, 2019 at the High Country Conference Center. Photo by Sean Openshaw Photography / www.SeanOpenshaw.com
The 59th annual Turquoise Ball – Serengeti Sunset, was held on Dec. 7, 2019 at the High Country Conference Center. Photo by Sean Openshaw Photography / www.SeanOpenshaw.com
The 59th annual Turquoise Ball – Serengeti Sunset, was held on Dec. 7, 2019 at the High Country Conference Center. Photo by Sean Openshaw Photography / www.SeanOpenshaw.com
The 59th annual Turquoise Ball – Serengeti Sunset, was held on Dec. 7, 2019 at the High Country Conference Center. Photo by Sean Openshaw Photography / www.SeanOpenshaw.com
The 59th annual Turquoise Ball – Serengeti Sunset, was held on Dec. 7, 2019 at the High Country Conference Center. Photo by Sean Openshaw Photography / www.SeanOpenshaw.com