Dallas commercial photographer Shannon Drawe Photography
Hello, and welcome to the new Shannon Drawe Photography commercial website. Late in 2013 I decided to pull out all the stops on this new site, and show you some of the diverse interests and the diversity of my photography business. I figure, why limit myself? Looking through this photography site, you will find some photography emotional, surprising, slick, refined, evocative and raw. That’s just how I roll. After twenty-seven years as a professional photographer, mostly here in Texas, I think I’ve earned the right to show you what I can do – what all I can do. Okay, actually this isn’t all all I can do. I am a professional writer and dabble heavily in other interests while our economy irons itself out. Those “other interests” are just pieces of a puzzle that go together to create a person a bit more diverse than some geek who never came out of the high school yearbook darkroom. And it probably shows in my work, at least I hope it does. Feel free to contact me to find out more about what I can do for you and your photographic needs. If it’s creative, count me in.
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New photography projects are coming from all directions and in all flavors these days.
Stay tuned for a snippet of a new video project about a local artisan. Stay tuned for a comprehensive editorial project expected to last several years, and a third project that is completely off the wall in every way.
The most interesting and commercial project comes attached to a UNT Ad Design student who did a fantastic job on her concept and getting everything lined up as far as the three photo shoots on three locations in the Denton, Texas, area.
I will wait for the final product to show you how the photography and typography turned out … I bet it will be great.
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Whether times are good or bad, it’s always good to get out and work on projects that keep the juices flowing. I’ve been writing about the water situation in Texas for more than a year now, on another website, but with the continuing drought, I decided it is time to actually get moving on this visually.