My name is Taylor Young. I have been passionate about art and illustration for as long as I can remember. That inclination then incorporated design and graphic design. From there I discovered photography, starting with 35mm film and then working with Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras. Completing the very intense training program provided by The New York Institute of Photography, I began to really hone my photographic skills. Upon graduation from university in 2004 I began working in a corporate environment, primarily in the marketing arena.
Though I did receive accolades for my work, there was, for me, something missing. That something was my photographic art. While I was generally able to incorporate that creative aspect into marketing campaigns I created for companies, it was when I was behind the lens that I found total enjoyment, and fulfillment, in my work. Thus, I decided to take the plunge and dedicate myself full-time to photographic art.
My philosophy is very simple: Provide my clients with more than what they asked for or would expect. To that end, when I work a wedding, for example, I charge only for the day, or evening and deliver to you a CD of at least 150 high-quality, high-resolution photographic images for no extra charge, thus enabling you to share what you wish with family and friends. If you’d like me to edit any of them, I do so for a small fee.
Whether I am shooting portraits, landscapes, architecture, interiors, or food for a restaurant, I constantly strive for perfection in order to ensure that my clients stand out and look their very best.
Being a wedding photographer in Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Essex and London is an absolute pleasure. This area has some lovely architecture and beautiful scenery.
And the amazing pubs and restaurants in the South East makes my job as a Food Photographer in and around Sussex a labour of love.
New York Institute of Photography – Graduated in 2002
All levels of photographic classes provided by West Chester University in Pennsylvania – Graduated in 2004
Nikon school of Photography – 2000