10 Best Photographers In CVille

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1.Tom Daly Photography

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Tom is an award-winning professional photojournalist, specializing in magazine-style documentary photography. Tom documents weddings in the region of Charlottesville, VA, the mid-Atlantic, New England and California. In addition to weddings, Tom is well known for his concert and travel photography. In his spare time, he eats watermelon by the truckloads.

2. Andrew Shurtleff Photography

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Andrew Shurtleff is as a Charlottesville freelance photographer in commercial, sports, photojournalism, architectural, and portrait photography while currently working as the Director of Photography for the Charlottesville Daily Progress.

3. Jen Fariello Photography

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Jen Fariello is the winner of several photography awards, including Best of Weddings 2012, 2011, 2010 The Knot Magazine Artist in Residence 2011 Victoria Magazine Brides Choice Award 2012, 2011, 2010 Wedding Wire Virginia Press Association 2010 1st place, Best in Show 2005.

4. CVille Photo & Video

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Over the last 11 years, CVille Photo & Video has worked with many clients to strategically grow their brand through professional photography and videography. They know the right strategies to make your brand standout in a crowded and competitive marketplace because they utilize these strategies everyday.

5. Jack Looney Photography

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Jack Looney’s specialties include weddings and events, and commercial, music, editorial, and nature photography. He photographs approximately 40 weddings annually, primarily in the Charlottesville area. He also enjoys photographing sporting events such as UVA football and basketball, and Peachtree Little League baseball.

6. Cramer Photo

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Ever since Sarah held her first camera – When she was eleven and her dad handed her her first SLR – She’s known that something special happens behind the lens. Earning a dual degree in fine art photography and anthropology was a natural extension of her passion for understanding people and making beautiful images.

7. Aaron Watson Photography

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Aaron Watson Photography is know for their storyteller style of photography, which mixes elements of Fine Art Photography and Photojournalism. With over 10 years of experience, Aaron and his team has had the honor of photographing over 200 weddings in 6 different countries, and contributed photographs to numerous online and print publications. In 2005 Aaron was honored by the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) as one of the Top 50 Wedding Photographers worldwide.

8. Eric Kelley Photography

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Eric Kelley holds a BA in Photography from the University of Virginia. He has been photographing weddings, portraits and for commercial purposes since 2005. He and his wife own and operate Para Coffee, Meet Cute Films, Eric Kelley Photography and Lora Elaine. They are artists, entrepreneurs and they love people.

9. Jenn Finazzo Photography

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Jenn is a Charlottesville based photographer who has always had a love for the camera. However, she really fell in love with the art of photography in 1998 when she attended Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.

10. Rob Garland Photographers

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Rob Garland’s photography has been featured in everything from The New York Times and The Washington Post to The Knot, Southern Living, and the internationally acclaimed, Bride and Bloom. He has documented everything from celebrity nuptials to small intimate weddings and continues to show a drive and passion that allow him to capture sensitive images with a time-honored charm.

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