I am very proud to share with you that I have started my own photography company, Isaacs Images. I have been interested in photography since I was given the choice between a bike or a camera when I was 10 or 11 years old. When I started photography in high school, my Father gave me a camera that my Mother had given him as a gift - a 1979 Pentax 35mm SLR that I still own today. In class I was able to learn and explore the creative process of the art form - taking the photos, treating the negatives, enlarging images on photo paper, and the chemical process of development, stop, fixing, rinsing and drying. And then waiting for the image to clearly appear. I found it a unique, interesting, and compelling process. My passion for photography was ignited when I started traveling a little over 3 years ago. Taking that leap into the unknown captivated me beyond my wildest imagination. It struck a chord in me that aligned my focuses to seeking and seeing more and more. I work diligently to be able to make my travel dreams come true, and I've been extremely fortunate with unique work opportunities that allow me the flexibility to do so. Over the years my photos have improved and grown, capturing my artistic perspective on places, faces, locations, and situations I have seen and experienced. In the short time I had my Mother's influence in my life, she made it abundantly clear how fundamental it was for her to teach me and peak my interest in the world around me by introducing me to the things that make the world and nature so wonderful. I carry that with me today and everywhere I go. I take and absorb my experiences seriously and poignantly, because it is not just for me but for her. I feel a sense of honor and accomplishment when I make it to these faraway destinations. I capture these moments and then share them with you, my family, my friends, and strangers of the world. It brings me immense joy and gratitude to have had significant support. The encouragement from those I share my photos with is genuinely appreciated. The interest received in my photography is one of the reasons I was inspired me to take it to the next level. I don't know what the future holds in my photography endeavors, but I know they keep me motivated to see the world - and now there’s no holding back. At this juncture I’m going to give it all I have and oh what a satisfying feeling it is. It's one of the highlights of my life and it's why I'm continuing the journey. My dream is to be featured and/or work with National Geographic or other travel photography outlets.
The goal of Isaacs Images is to be a proponent and advocate of the "support local, explore global" movement - striving to provide the most professional and ethical experience possible. When home in between journeys I'll be offering my photographic services at fair and affordable rates. I currently specialize in landscape and architectural photography. I have been published 7 times in regional and local published advertisements working with the Carolina Hanging Beds and BLU Cotton. I am seeking opportunities in real estate, property, and commercial photography. I am constantly learning more about photographing people and I'm excited to grow in that aspect of photography. As I learn, I am becoming more comfortable offering head shots, portrait, event, and eventually wedding photography. My artwork will also be available for sale at incredible prices in an assortment of sizes and material to make your home or any space unique and colorful. I will also be providing travel consultation for those seeking adventure in Central and South America. I have become very familiar with the region and its challenges after several successful, incredible trips. With my unique, hands-on, independent experiences I have gained the most valuable traveling asset: Information. Let me take the research out of your hands and guide you on an adventure you will never forget in an incredible region that's ripe for life-changing and eye-opening experiences.
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Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment