I'm Andrey.

I never really know what to say in bios, they're like a sales pitch that's not supposed to sound like a sales pitch. So here's my pitch: I've been a photographer for over 7 years and I enjoy working across the industry. My specialties are portraits and architecture, but my passion is in travel and landscape photography. Weddings are an absolute blast, and I've never ever done a newborn shoot. Applying principles from different practices has given me a unique style and perspective that I'm proud of. I've also developed a fully mobile studio system that's designed specifically for my commercial clients, but also works great for portraits and especially neurodivergent clients.

As for an actual bio, that's easy! I grew up as a total nerd who loved books, video games, movies, board games, and Legos. As I got older, I realized that leaving my room was cool too and now I've tried snowboarding, cycling, running, lifting, motorcycling, and rock climbing. I also make the occasional Ultimate Frisbee appearance. Most days though, you'll just find me hanging out at home with my wife, Emily, and my cat, Juniper. It's a good life.

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My father was a photographer in the USSR - he shot on a Kiev 19 35mm film camera and developed the film in his bathtub. While in college, he traded one of his professors a family photo session in exchange for a passing grade in a class that he was definitely not passing. While he never made photography his career, my father always had a camera around. When I was young, he bought me a small point-and-shoot that started my own love of the art. When I graduated from high school, his gift to me was a Canon Rebel SL1 and that little camera kicked off my journey as a freelance photographer.

At first, I just shot with friends. I took my SL1 everywhere with me and that poor camera got soaked, frozen, and battered all over the continent. Over time, I occasionally got more and more paying clients before I realized I wanted to do this full-time. From there, it was just a matter of building up a client base while working all kinds of day jobs.

Now, I can proudly say this is what I do and I owe it to my friends for practicing with me, my wife for encouraging me, my mom and sister for supporting me, and my dad for sharing his passion.

Creating powerful imagery

for brands & people.

The Process

01. Connect

Drop a contact form, shoot me a text, give me a ring, or send me an email. We'll set up a call to discuss the shoot & your vision. We'll make sure we are a good fit and from there, we can go through the booking process.

Share your vision

02. Preparation

Once you're booked, we get down to the details. Moodboards, inspo galleries, shot lists, scheduling & vendors. Whatever the project is, we make sure we're prepared to deliver your vision.

Develop A PLan

03. Create

This is the fun part. We bring your vision to life and have a good time while doing it. At this point, all the planning is complete and we can focus on executing the shoot.

Bring it to life

04. Post & Delivery

Once the shoot is complete, editing begins. Afterwards, your final product is delivered via digital gallery and any other needed medium.

Delivering Your Vision