I received my first digital camera at the age of 11. Ever since then, I fell in love. I fell in love with photography and every aspect involved in the process of creating artwork in the form of beautiful images. In all my creative ventures, photography has always called me back, and I've had the joy of sharing this passion with friends, family, and wonderful clients.
I love the process of capturing the magic of my subjects in a single image. I am inspired by natural light, color, and beauty in the every day to create light-filled, effortless photos. I love being able to look at a photograph and cherish that moment forever captured in time.
I believe everyone deserves a great photo of themselves. My utmost wish as a photographer is for you to love what you see in your final images as much as I enjoy working with you. I know how scary it can feel to have your photos taken, so you can be sure I'll go the extra mile to help you feel comfortable and relaxed during your shoot. Whatever your special occasion may be, I hope to help you look and feel like the very best version of you in front of the camera.
On a more personal note, I was born and raised in Sydney, Australia, but I currently reside in sunny Austin, TX. It is the place I call "home" until I graduate with my B.S. in Petroleum Engineering in May 2018. When I'm not behind a camera, you can find me in matching pajamas watching The Food Network, studying in the engineering lounges, scouring local shops and the flower section at Central Market, or finding plane tickets for my next adventure.
OTHER SERVICES OFFERED
Although I primarily work as a portrait photographer, I also shoot products, spaces, fashion, and lifestyle. If you own an existing line of product, you're dreaming up a creative project idea, or you're growing your business, I'd be thrilled to capture the magic for your brand. Please contact me with a description of your photography needs, so we can see how Sarah Wong Photography can get involved.
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Photo by Brandon Hill