South Belt / Ellington Photographer
I am a South Belt / Ellington photographer serving the Greater Houston metro.
Available weekdays and weekends.
In fact, I’m one of the best-known freelance wedding photographers, portrait photographers, and event photographers local to South Belt / Ellington. My photography services are sustainably priced and not prohibitively expensive, but they'd never be considered bargain-rate.
South Belt / Ellington is only 40 miles from my downtown-adjacent Houston studio and 16 miles from my home studio locations where I provide indoor, outdoor, on-site, off-site, on-location, in-house, in-home, and in-studio photography services.
This Harris County neighborhood (population 95000) covers 21 square miles and includes zip codes 77461 and 77469.
South Belt / Ellington Wedding Photographer
As your South Belt / Ellington wedding photographer, I’ll deliver classic images that document your style—whether it’s traditional, diy, or down-to-earth (or another wedding style or theme).
Whether you’re having a loft, restaurant, or zoo wedding (or other wedding location), choose me because I create stylistic photographs that seek visual answers to your future questions. Check out my wedding photography portfolio.
Rob was a pleasure to work with. My wife and I were absolutely thrilled with how our wedding photos came out. He really allowed our personality as a couple to dictate how he shot our engagement and wedding photos; and we are so thankful that he was able to capture us that way. — Jason Tufeld
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Where it makes sense, I’ll also collaborate with other wedding vendors like printers, musicians, and lighting designers. We’ll make sure your celebration runs smoothly and looks amazing. For more event specialists, check out my Recommend Vendors List.
Additionally, I’ll cover wedding traditions like yichuds, bridal portraits, and tea ceremonies. And I’ll document important wedding details like pinspotting, reception areas, and silverware. I’m also deeply familiar with Jewish, Jehovah’s Witness, and Muslim religious customs and Italian, Swedish, and Japanese cultural traditions.
South Belt / Ellington Portrait Photographer
In addition to individual and association portraits, I also specialize in influencer, teacher, and lawyer headshots and street, underwater, and newborn portraits.
If you need generational photos, I’ll create enduring family portraits of your children who attend Pasadena ISD and Clear Creek ISD schools. I’m also available for J. Frank Dobie High School, Clear Horizons Early College High School, Pearland High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Clear Brook High School, South Houston High School, First Christian Academy, and Sam Rayburn High School senior portraits. Hire me today to photograph your child, sibling, or spouse.
I’m also an expert at creating portraits for local newspapers like Houston Business Journal, Galveston County Daily News, and The Rice Thresher and local magazines like Natural Awakenings, Texas Monthly, and Houston City Book. I also specialize in editorial portraits for national magazines, national newspapers, regional newsletters, and alumni publications. Check out my publications list.
South Belt / Ellington Event Photographer
I’m also a South Belt / Ellington event photographer. My event photography fees start at $250 per hour. Ask about multi-day discounts for South Belt / Ellington events.
As a reminder, I also offer coverage for University of Houston Downtown, Houston Baptist University, and Blinn College events and graduations. And I photograph dances and graduations at J. Frank Dobie High School, Clear Horizons Early College High School, Pearland High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Clear Brook High School, South Houston High School, First Christian Academy, and Sam Rayburn High School.
Let's Meet Locally
When I’m done photographing for the day near South Belt / Ellington, I love visiting my favorite local restaurants like 9er's Grill, 888 Chinese Restaurant, and Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen. Care to join me?