Jamison McGibney is an dedicated and energetic photographer with 9+ years experience who brings exceptional enthusiasm and creativity to every photo shoot. He offers a wide range of photography services focused on professionalism, creativity, high energy and originality. He is always climbing his way towards being his very best and takes on every project with a fresh perspective. Jamison appreciates his craft, the people he meets and the spontaneity of every shoot. His style is creative, fun, engaging and relaxed. Jamison strives to provide every client with timeless photos that create an emotional impact and captures a true story.
It has been said that if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. I am lucky enough to live that through this career. When I am behind the camera I am my best me. I love the constant creativity, meeting new people, and using my talent to capture the essence of a moment. I love that each experience is unique and that there is always a new opportunity. I love telling a story or creating an impact through my photos. It's a constant creative outlet and a way for me to help others.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have done everything from weddings to product shoots and I have been told that I am a conversationalist. I am great at engaging people in conversation no matter the subject. That has given me the ability to make people at ease very quickly and get to know my clients on a personal basis. When people are comfortable, it's easier for them to smile and trust me. This makes each shoot special, I am able to create a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with ease and the results are shown in their smiles.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Several of my wedding photos have been published in bridal magazines under Amie Schroeder Photography.
A fun fact about this photographer
My name is Jamison McGibney, yes, I'm Irish and I love good whiskey. I am the proud father of two boys that are 16 years a part. I didn't start surfing until I was 26, but haven't stopped since then.