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Moments Photography by Dr. Rob
About this pro
8 years in business
32 hires on Thumbtack
Dr. Rob did an outstanding job for us. We would hire him again!Jan 29, 2018Verified
It was very easy to work with Dr. Rob. He was very accommodating to my schedule. I also really liked the way my pictures turned out. Will be recommending to friends/family.Jul 31, 2017Verified
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Photography really started as a hobby for me. I always enjoyed taking pictures, and have been told that I had a good "eye" for it. However, I never had a good camera. I'm lucky enough to have one of those older brothers who loves to upgrade his technology, and hand down his "older" stuff. He gave me his first dSLR after one of these upgrades. In my other life, I use my child development PhD to run preschool education programs, which focus on helping at-risk preschoolers become ready for kindergarten. Through this work, I began capturing the many moments that occurred between the adults and young children working together. The parents, teachers, and students who were involved with my programs really responded to the stories that were being told through the photographs. Soon, I had people asking if I could take family photos, senior photos, event photos.
- What types of customers have you worked with?The majority of my photography focuses on children and families, but my work has been really varied -- weddings, dedication events for University of Wisconsin-Madison Housing, a couple glamour photo shoots, rock band, even a dress rehearsal for a small theater group. I would define my style as playful and dynamic, candid, photojournalistic storytelling. Because of this, I can really adapt to any type of setting.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?I recently photographed the wedding of a really good friend in Green Bay, WI in early January. Luckily, the wedding day occurred on the "warmest" day of the weekend (i.e. mid-20s). The "after wedding" photos involved roaming around Green Bay looking for interesting places outdoors. My crew and I - well let's just say we "powered through" the day. Actually, we had A LOT of fun shooting that day. AND I wasn't the one who had to walk around outside (often through snow) in a wedding dress.