Parks Creative, Inc. Photography

Parks Creative, Inc. Photography

5.0 (6)
2 employees
37 years in business

About this pro

 We strive to provide A-grade commercial photography for businesses. We have many years of experience, lighting and camera equipment, a van for location work, and our own studio space. Difficult assignments and lighting challenges are where we shine. Brian Parks  has a degree in commercial photography and worked in several Seattle area studios before opening his own business. We have successfully provided a wide range of services for businesses, however specialize in product and architectural interior photography. 

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Bellevue, WA 98008
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6 Reviews

5.0

  • Henk Dawson

    Brian is a cutting edge photographer with over 25 years of experience. I've worked with him on multiple assignments and he has always brought a level of professionalism that has elevated the quality of the entire project.

  • Camille Maren

    I've been hiring Brian exclusively in the Seattle area for our client, Avalon Bay. He approaches projects creatively, and delivers superior work on budget and on time. While art direction can be a challenge 3,000 miles away, extra effort bridges the gap. I can count on Brian to seize opportunities that come up during a shoot. It's great to have him on our team.

  • Ole Mikkelsen

    We have used Brian Parks exclusively for photographs for our entire range of scientific and industrial instrumentation. He has always delivered GREAT photos that makes our advertising material stand out. I have no problems recommending him and his work for any manufacturer that needs professional photographs for any purpose - web, manuals, advertising etc.

  • Rob Turton

    I have hired Brian to photograph a variety of products for packaging designs over my career and have always found the photographs and Photoshop work to be striking and of very high quality. I have recommend him to a number of clients.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

 A shot list is the best place to start discussing a new project, in order to know what the client is looking for and be able to create an accurate estimate of costs involved. If the client is unsure what their shot list might entail, a quick phone conversation can be helpful to discuss the objectives and goals of marketing efforts.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have a degree in commercial photography, as well as several years experience working in another catalog photography studios before opening my own business.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

 My pricing has remain the same for over 15 years, based on an itemized estimate form applying client shot list information and my standardized rates. 


How did you get started in this business?

Prior to getting my degree in commercial photography, I actually went through a middle school photography program for three years which was college level. We were doing color processing and printing, Ansel Adams zone system black-and-white development and printing, artificial lighting of products, as well as using 4 x 5 view camera techniques.  During college and immediately after, I assisted commercial photographers in Seattle. 


What types of customers have you worked with?

 I have JPEG samples from successful projects with a wide variety of clients, including graphic designers, advertising agencies, product manufacturers, industrial manufacturers, food industry, and multi-family and other architectural customers.