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Headshots, Location Portraits, Editorial & Commercial Photography

Bill Brokaw, Brokaw Photography

I am a headshot and portrait photographer. While I've picked up other skills, especially editorial and photojournalistic photography, my main focus has always been people; in the studio, on location and at events.

This is my "short form" About page.  One day I sat down and wrote up a long form that I put into a blog post.  I call it my micro-memoir.  It's probably more than you would want to know about me.  My photography isn't about me, it's about the people I photograph.

My job is to be reliable and professional, creating high quality, story-telling images and short videos that grab viewer's attention and prompt them to take action.   I want viewers to engage with you and understand what you are all about.

I've worked for hundreds of local businesses from corporations like J&J and Raymond James to sole proprietors.  I love it when I know my work is making a positive impact, when it makes people feel good about themselves.  When people feel good, the world is a better place.

Like many photographers, I've been doing photography nearly my whole life (since 10) and I don't ever plan to stop.  Creating quality images that people put to use  is very satisfying.  My clients have rewarded me with a  5-Star rating on Google and a wealth of wonderful reviews for which I am grateful.

I like being active in my local community as a member of both the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce and the Frenchtown Business and Professional Association and contributing my energy and talent to help them grow and serve their other members.

I'm also the founder and Executive Director of The Photographers Group LLC (photographers.group) a collaborative collection of over 200 photographers working together.  We specialize in documentary style photography projects that celebrate our world.  Our projects include The River Towns Photo Exploration Project,  Summer on the Delaware,  Frenchtown 150,  Trees River Stone, and The Hunterdon Retail Photo Project with many more to come.  All photographers are welcome and encourage to be part of our group.  Just pound on that link above and click on the word JOIN in the menu.

You can find me on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/brokawphotography), Facebook (facebook.com/brokawphoto) and Instagram (instagram.com/brokawphoto).  Let's connect.

Photo from the Cattlemen's Dinner, 1982, Fort Pierce, Florida when I was a pony-tailed photojournalist for a daily newspaper.  (Not sure I would have liked to have met them in a local bar, especially the guy with the whip)