As a photographer, my goal is to help my clients preserve memories and portray a moment in time that is special to them. I am committed to taking the most compelling images, making sure that the photos convey feelings and emotions, bringing value to my clients for years to come.
I lead a full, busy life in my hometown of Paducah, Kentucky. It is a designated UNESCO Creative City, so I am surrounded by art everywhere I go. I’m a fur mom to two dogs and two cats. Aside from my photography business, they keep me occupied. My loving family and my beautiful hometown inspire and ignite my creativity.
I am not limited to the photography business. I was once a (very professional) Easter Bunny. Although the talent agency industry isn’t always as glamorous, that ignited my love for photography. Taking photos is in my blood, as I have relatives on both sides of my family who were also photographers. I started learning photography over twenty years ago and I still learn more every day. The love that I have for photography will never dwindle.
As a small business owner, I support small businesses in my area. There are many great businesses in Paducah, a city of crafts and folk art. I make it a point to showcase the wonderful restaurants, bars, and shops that my city has to offer, as well as collaborating and partnering with other local businesses.
I love being a part of my clients’ lives. I consider it a privilege to take part in their milestones through my photos. Whether it is a wedding, engagement, birthday, or any event, I will be happy to celebrate it with you. I take photos of couples, families, and seniors. I provide boudoir photography, business portraits, and editorials. I take pride in taking high-quality photos. I love to imagine my clients looking at old family photos with a huge smile on their face, and I hope to be the photographer behind those photos someday.
I love interacting with people and talking about photography. Feel free to reach out to me and ask me about my services and discuss ideas. I’ll be happy to respond to your queries.
- Ginny Harris