As a professional advertising photographer, Brent has a vested interest in creating the best ad campaigns. Clients trust our creative team for effective still and motion advertising photographer services. Brent offers art direction and lighting design that’s collaborative from ideation to execution, for full-service production. We’re a one-stop-shop, creating long-lasting relationships with clients and beautiful campaigns.
Why clients choose Brent’s Advertising Photo and Video Services
Storytelling is everything in the advertising world. A commercial advertising photographer must understand the story of the product they’re capturing. This means understanding how the food and drink products are used outside of the controlled environment of the studio. Working with a professional photographer who understands your products will achieve consistently impactful imagery for your advertising campaigns.
Commercial Food Photographer
Commercial food and advertising photography requires engaging the audience through impactful visuals. And so for branded content, product advertising, or anything related to food and drink, Brent has one goal. Make the product beautiful.
Here, Brent combines his art director’s brain and the power of the camera. Understanding the view needed for such visually engaging images, he embraces the most vibrant aspects of the product. We make it clear that your product is the hero! Working with national and global brands, Brent ensures memorable ads with staying power
Commercial Beverage Product Photographer
Advertising that focuses on beverage and liquor products requires particularly intricate lighting skills. Liquids are difficult to light because of their breadth of color and changing viscosities. Light refracts wildly within glassware and liquids, too. Because he specializes in cocktails and beverages, Brent had a discerning eye to capture these details. He aims for what he calls “spectacular shine through” with every beverage product he photographs. Because the goal of every beverage shoot is to make the viewer thirsty for what is being captured. And it takes light and shine to bring that thirst to life.