NASCAR, Not Homes

Yes, it is true that I am a real estate photographer but there are times that I get the chance to photograph other things besides homes. A few weeks ago, I was given the chance to shoot a completed construction projects for Myrick Construction. Myrick completed the construction of an add-on facility for Kaulig Racing and NASCAR driver Ryan Truex. This facility was for housing the tractor trailer that is used to deliver the cars on race day.

For this particular photoshoot, Myrick wanted to not only showcase the newly built facility but also have Ryan’s car in the shot to give it a bit more interest. Thankfully, I was about to get there and grab a few shots of the car and the carrier before they had to leave for a race in Michigan. I got the interior shots first and they as I was getting the exteriors, which included aerials as well, the trailer started to leave for its long journey.

It was a great opportunity and a fun break for the day-to-day. Check out a few of the photos below: 




Providence Realty Team Photos


This past week, I had the opportunity to take group photos and headshots for the Providence Realty team located in High Point, North Carolina. I don't normally take portrait photos but I have to say it was a pleasure taking photos of this great team. During this shoot, that was located at Revolution Mills in Greensboro, North Carolina, we started off by getting a couple group photos that accent the natural brick walls and pillars of the huge open space.

After the group photos, we starting taking individual agent headshots. I don't want to make my job sound simple but it was really easy to get great headshots of the team as all of them were so easy to work with! Here are just a few of the photos from the shoot. Enjoy!

Pittsboro Farm Flyover

I recently had the opportunity to help with capturing a private residence with one of my favorite pieces of gear, my DJI drone. 

This job was a bit different than the others I have done as it wasn't to sell a property but to actually showcase the property for the owner's personal use. Basically, I just needed to capture all of the details and the huge size of the site. It was such a please to work with these folks and it gave me a chance to work on more video editing which I always love doing when I get the chance. Enjoy the video!

Chef's Kitchen Classic

I was recently given the opportunity to photograph a home that was located on a local golf course in Greensboro, NC and what a pleasure it was! Let me take you on a quick tour of the home and all it had to offer.

First, let's talk about the first floor. The sitting room as perfectly designed and organized to show the open space. It connected to the dinner room with a beautiful stained glass accent window that really gave the room some unique charm.


From the dining room, you can see the beautiful chefs kitchen complete with granite and butcher block countertops, as well as a small dining area and wine room. From there, you are able to see the living room with great windows and a beautiful fireplace.  Next, was the master bedroom complete with its own private patio and beautiful bathroom with separate dual sinks.


On the second floor it came with with three additional bedrooms and laundry room. On the third floor was a great billiards room with a separate sitting area. This would be a great space for any party!


Lastly, I went outside and captured some exterior ground and drone photography which is always fun to capture.


It was great to photograph this one and as always, tons of fun!


Perfectly Designed Home

I had the great opportunity to photograph a home that was already sold but the seller actually wanted to have photos for her own use. This was great for me as it gave me the ability to not only focus on the main real estate photography aspect but also on details in the design. 

Usually, when I deliver the final images to the client, I only send about 35-40 images (depending on the size of the home), but I was able to give the client almost 60 photos and it felt great to not have to stick to the normal guidelines I usually follow.

Here is just a small taste of some of the photos from this beautifully designed home!

Living / Family Room

Living / Family Room

Office Space

Office Space

Clean Kitchen

Clean Kitchen



Amazing Spa Inspired Bathroom

Amazing Spa Inspired Bathroom

Great place to say goodnight

Great place to say goodnight

Photographing this home was a blast and I hope you enjoyed seeing them as much as I enjoyed shooting them.

Until next time,


Steven Best D.D.S

I was recently given the opportunity to photograph a newly built dentist office for Steven Best DDS located in Summerfield, North Carolina. Given the fact that I have only been shooting residential real estate for the past year, I was up for the challenge to start shooting commercial property.

This newly built office was constructed by James Contracting out of Charlotte, North Carolina and it is the perfect combination of function and design. Once you enter the lobby you are greeted with a welcoming staff along with stylized artwork. You are then escorted to an exam or consultation room while the staff has access to everything they need in the sterilization area in the back office. Once your appointment is complete you are taken full circle to the checkout desk complete with its own exit.

Always Be Early

This past week, I had the opportunity to photograph a condo for a couple trying to sell their home. It was a different experience as I have never photographed in this particular area before and for this reason I wanted to get there early. The shoot wasn’t until 6:00pm that evening but I arrived around 5:15pm to make sure I was in the right spot.

Once I arrived I thought I should take a couple laps around the building to try to find the best exterior angle. I photographed the rear of the building but it was very crowded and honestly it just didn’t look good (open windows, clothes halfway hanging out the windows, air conditioning units, etc.). I drove around the front of the building and took a second to walk towards the road for a better angle and that is when I noticed the sun “kissing” the side of the building. That was the spot! Knowing I would have to brighten up the front of the building in post a good amount, I tried to put as much of the sun as possible while still having it touch the side of the building and also getting the buildings signage in the shot. 

This would have not been possible if I didn’t get there early to research the area before heading up to the condo to photograph the interiors. That is why I always try to get to a site as soon as possible.

“THE HAMPSHIRE” Greensboro, North Carolina  |  f/8, 1/320 sec, 500 ISO

Unprepared Photo Shoot

It just so happens that my full-time, 9-5 job is a graphic designer for a multi-family housing company. A major perk of this job is having access to model apartment units that are professionally designed. That is where the above photo comes from. 

I was attending a grand opening event for a brand new apartment community located in Kernersville, NC where I was supposed to take various photos of the event, ribbon cutting, people at the pool, attendees having fun, etc. To kill some time before the event started, I walked over to the model to see how it was setup as I have never been to this community before. As soon as I walked into the living area I was blown away by the colors and the overall design. This place was just beautiful! It was then that I realized I didn't bring my wide-angle lens (I wasn't going to need it for the event pics) or my flash, or even a tripod! So I had to make due with what I had. Once I got my settings dialed in, I had to find the right angle. I took a few facing towards the kitchen but I was losing light so shooting towards the window was the only option but it turned out to be the best option. After getting the main shot, I took a few steps back and managed to get another photo of the living room and dining area combined.


All and all it was a great, spontaneous shoot but I am certainly going to make plans to go back there with the right gear. Not too shabby for being a little unprepared, huh?

Cross Company Architecture

Earlier this month I was commissioned to do a real estate photography shoot for a local realtor in High Point, NC. After the shoot, I was headed back home around sunset and noticed a building off the highway that had some really nice architectural lines. I pulled over, found a good composition, and took the shot. Afterwards, back at the computer, I added a little extra punch while also cloning a couple of the windows so they all match.   That just goes to show you that if you keep an eye out, you can find great images anywhere! 

Cross Co in High Point, North Carolina

Cross Co in High Point, North Carolina

Winter Wonderland

This past weekend, a huge winter storm slammed the east coast. Normally this would have been a major inconvenience but my first thought was "Finally! I can get some snow photos!". I had the perfect place in mind to get a great photo and I mainly choose this location because I knew it would be fairly undisturbed by footprints. I walked from my home over the the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park in Greensboro, NC to get the photo. As I was walking around the park trying to find the perfect composition, it started to snow heavily. I started my walk back and when I turned around to get one last look at the park, I finally found the perfect composition. With the fence in the foreground and the building in the background, I was able to get two interest points, along with the falling snow to give this photo a great mood. Hard to believe I almost left without getting the shot!