Brian Huntoon specializes in location assignment photography, including architecture, interiors, events, weddings, products, and people at work. Whether capturing a fantastic kitchen island, an awards ceremony, the tossing of the bouquet, a Dungeness crab oscar, or a welder at work, Brian brings creativity and technical skill to creating the images you want.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Brian was introduced to photography at age 11 when his father gave him a Brownie Box camera to use. His favorite subjects were his baby sister Janet and his friends. Photography has been a passion for him ever since.
Since moving to Seattle in 1981, Brian has established his location photography business, using a wide variety of tools, including a large format Wisner Technical 4x5 view camera, as well as digital and 35mm film Nikon SLR cameras, and a Norman strobe system with umbrellas to create dramatic and beautiful lighting.
Whether taking advantage of the flexibilty and lightness of the digital SLR camera, or the unmatched control and detail of the large and heavy view camera, Brian brings a positive attitude to each photography assignment. He is passionate about using his technical skills and artistic eye to create unique images to please each client.
Brian's photographs have helped his clients win numerous design awards from the American Society of Interior Designers, Master Builders Association, and Building Industry Association of Washington. His work has been published in calendars and magazines, won awards at art festivals, and been exhibited in Puget Sound region galleries.
Brian is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers, and he gives back to the community by serving on the Board of Directors of the Chief Seattle Club, a shelter for homeless and low income urban Native Americans.
No matter the size of your photo assignment, Brian welcomes the opportuntiy to discuss it with you. Feel free to contact him to discuss your location photography needs, as well as arrange a free site visit and estimate.