Carroll S. Grevemberg is a photographer who has been working professionally since 1970. His photographic services include weddings, special events, location portraiture, and commercial photography. His approach as a photojournalist is to capture the story as it unfolds. This gives you the traditional wedding or event pictures as well as a remembrance of your guests and their interactions. Carroll always provides you with his own personal service (unlike many larger studios).
Carroll has photographed thousands of weddings, including celebrities like John Goodman, Arthel Neville & Gabrielle Union. His commercial photography has appeared in various publications such as: Town & Country, National Geographics, Time, Business Week, Washington Post & New York Times. He has also worked for Taylor Energy, Murphy Oil, Transco and Exxon.
Carroll documents with full coverage every event, giving you from 90 to 120 photos per hour. He maintains the sanctity of the wedding ceremony by not using flash photography during the service and instead making time exposures taken from a choir loft or balcony. Weddings generally require six hours of coverage. This includes one hour before the service for pictures of the bride and her family, one hour of the ceremony, and four hours for the reception.