Shrewsbury Photography

Making Classic Images with Modern Light


My work in the photographic industry spans 40+ years.

I have worked extensively in the still, video and the motion picture industry. I have worked as a still and motion cameraman producing commercials Taco Bell, Toyota, Chevrolet, Nike and American Express.

I have also worked as the still photographer on feature Films and TV shows.

I owned and operated a full service custom professional lab, retail store, gallery and framing shop in Moab, Utah for 15 years. My clients included Tom Till, John Sexton, and Pete Turner, National Geographic, Leica Tours, Ford, Hudsons, and Philip Morris.

My love for the outdoor’s has led me to do location scouting, backpacking, guiding, rafting, scuba diving, and 4 wheeling.

I have based in Flagstaff, Arizona for the past 12 years, after being based in Moab, Utah for 22 years.

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Camera possibilities include a full range from Digital Stills to HD Video.

Portraits are generally outdoors with natural and supplemental lighting.

Editorial work is straightforward and honest.

I generally shoot digitally in Raw for greater flexibility and as a photoshop instructor may combine image enhancement as necessary.

Locations have included mountain tops, desert canyons, tropical rain forests, coastal beaches, Midwest farmland, and underwater reefs.

Subjects range from; fast boats, light airplanes, Mayan Temples, Anasazi Ruins, canyon moon rises, desert rainbows, tropical fish, friendly leopards, cowboys, mountain bikers, and lazy dogs.

I have photographed internationally in Japan, Baja-Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Great Britain, Brazil and most of the USA. My passport is current and my bags are packed. I have the expertise to photograph from light planes, helicopters, rafts, 4-wheel drive vehicles, sea kayaks, and even solid ground.

Partial List of Photographic Clients

Random House, New York Times, Men's Journal, Outside, Exxon, Fulghum Heavy Industries, Ballentine Books, Av-Fuel, Impact, Isuzu, Newsweek, L. A. Times, USA Today, Penthouse, Utah Travel Council, High Country News, The National Park Service, Outdoor Photographer, The Nature Conservancy, Utah Economic Development.