About Me

Bio

Photography has always interested me as the medium in which to freely express the emotions in my mind. I was interested in photography at an early age when I got my first camera, a Polaroid Land Camera. Though mostly a self-taught photographer, I was always a student of photography. I practiced at the Visual Arts Center in Portsmouth, VA. and have experience developing negatives and print making in self-made darkroom as well as image manipulation in the “digital darkroom” of photoshop.  I have also worked for Lifetouch National School Studios for 5 years shooting portrait photography, sports photography and group photography.  Some of my nature and city art work has also been displayed at art galleries and in art shows.  Spanning over 16 years, I have shot many weddings, both as an assistant and on my own.  

– Ryan Clark

 

My Credo

“The photographs that I love to take are a reflection of my soul. I
aim to capture a moment in time that is fleeting, overlooked or possibly
unrevealed to the naked eye. I look for beauty in even the most trivial
scenes while attempting to transmit that via photography.”

-Ryan Clark

 

My Commitment To You

 Your wedding is a reflection of your love for one another and I take that personally. Each one of my clients are at the heart of my wedding photography with their own unique love story to tell. It is that love story that everyone of us wants to express and celebrate at our wedding. That is what fuels me to do my very best photography for each and every one of them.
Your wedding is the most important day for you both, and I know you want wedding photos that you can treasure and hold close to your heart for the rest of your life. Time, above all else, is an absolute commodity that we all should cherish together, and is worth more than anything in this world. Your wedding day is a reflection of that time.
What is your love story?

Let me help you express your love story through my wedding photography.

-Ryan Clark

 

 

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