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After career stints in a high school classroom, a floral design studio, a chocolate factory (not even kidding), and an events company, James finally found his footing behind the camera.


Ever the multi-hyphenate creative, he developed an interest in photographing design-forward interiors. His clients seek him out for his use of natural light, compelling composition, and restrained retouching. Consequently, his work has been featured in The New York Times, Austin Home, and other publications. His superpower? He still keeps a day job as a marketing manager.


If you’ve got a stellar project that you’d like get photographed, introduce yourself! I’d love to hear more about your space. I’ll probably even ask you where that cool chair came from, or the name of the paint color used in the kitchen.






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