Hi, I'm Bobby!

Born and raised in the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, my soul reeks of pluff mud and hickory-smoked pork.  When I think back on my upbringing, I’m reminded of a quote by the late, great philosopher Biggie Smalls; “Super Nintendo. Sega Genesis.  When I was dead broke, man, I couldn’t picture this.”

My wife and I have two daughters who blow my mind with their endless creativity. Watching my wife achieve, and far surpass, her personal goals is a well of inspiration for me. She keeps me grounded and makes sure I maintain proper etiquette. Lastly, we have a German Shepard named Fritz. Hit me up for a sticker of his; he’s sort of a mascot around here. 

As a photographer, I love providing brands with real imagery that begs for more. My hope is that my photographs resonate with buyers searching for authenticity in their advertising campaigns. Working in tight spaces, on boats, and hiking into the field has taught me to be light, nimble, and efficient with small crews and always on the move. A challenging outdoor environment is a challenge I'll accept.

Let’s go devour some BBQ, sip sweet tea and make big plans. Or just call me. You’re literally a phone call away from a great time. Just look what Joe Rogan didn’t say about me on his podcast: “Bobby is like the perfect storm, a tsunami of awesome.”

Supported By: WORKBOOK FOUND Artists  |  Wonderful Machine


I consider myself a true field to plate photographer. There is something special to be said about being connected to your food. The cultures ingrained in the South are where I draw inspiration.


Small, fast, and nimble. That's the approach I have brought to photo shoots for the last decade. Utilizing small crews and being mobile while producing authenticity in photographs is where I shine.


Currently living in the South Carolina low country I'm partial to salt water and pine plantations, but my happy place will always be the mountains. 

Within a day trip of these southeastern cities:


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