What a pleasure it was to work with Todd! The portraits he took recently of the cast of our most recent production were absolutely stunning. Not only is he talented and professional, but willing to work with our schedule.
— Brenda Hedstrom - President of Theatre 98
I absolutely love the pictures he takes. I feel like the style he shoots is right up my alley. When you do a shoot with Todd, you feel like you’ve known the guy your whole life. He’s really down to earth and very patient with you, even if you’re a first time “model” like I was.
— Zack Chavers - Local Mobile, AL Musician
Thank you so much for the pictures! They are fabulous! It is rather amazing how you take something simple and make it look so interesting and/or delicious! When I looked at the pictures I was so taken back at how rich the colors were and how you captivated more that the objects but the true essence of Bella’s.
— Robin Thagard - Owner of Bella's Restaurant
Todd was very friendly, pleasant and professional. He was flexible and able to work around my schedule. He produced beautiful photos of the venue where I am employed and really captured the essence of each space... that we were able to use in our publications and on our website.
— Sherri Bumpers - Centre for the Living Arts
When I proudly show off these pictures , people will often ask me if my daughter is a model because her photos really look as if they came out of a fashion magazine! He chose a very creative setting that captures our beloved hometown as a backdrop. The photo shoot felt relaxed and comfortable, yet fun and exciting! I love how my daughter’s true personality comes across in every smile!
— Margaret Miller
Todd did an excellent job taking band photos for my trio... where we were performing. He is a true professional, as the images on his online galleries clearly show, and a pleasure to work with.
— Davie Cooley from the band "Suzanne and Big Easy"
I really like your style because the poses aren’t cheesy and fake. You catch people in natural ways that show off their best side. Even if it’s a creative pose, it still comes across as natural, not forced.
— Dana Johnson