Artist Detail

Doug Rice

Business Name: Doug Rice Photography
Type of Work: Photography


Contact Information

Email: drphoto@triad.rr.com

Website: www.dougricephoto.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Doug-Rice-Photography/270174498978

Biography

Because my father was in the Marine Corps, I grew up living in Florida, California, Hawaii and North Carolina. Besides being a pilot, my dad was also a photography buff so we had a black & white darkroom at home. My first camera was a Kodak Brownie as a gift when I was eight years old so my love and experience of photography truly started at a young age. I had worked in graphic arts and two photography studios in Raleigh before moving to Winston-Salem in 1987. I enjoyed Winston-Salem so much, I decided to put my roots down here and in 1990 I started my own wedding photography business. Today, the studio's operation and my customers are the primary focus in my life. Besides, engagements, bridals and family shoots, I also do personalized high school senior or any individual custom session. Corporate and business location shoots are available as well as studio head shots. Or, check out my personal portfolio of stock and artistic photography that's for sale on a public page through my client entrance link. Through the years, I have traveled around the world building on my skills and experiences. I continually upgrade my cameras and equipment to consistently deliver quality photography that speaks to the heart. The emotion that I feel for my work is the same whether it's a job or my own personal art. My custom built studio makes quality portrait photography both convenient and comfortable to achieve. And with a beautifully landscaped yard, everything you need is right here. With a combination of excellent quality, easy-to-understand prices, and prompt, courteous service, you will find that no other photographer offers better values. Please click on the links at the top of the page to learn more about Doug Rice Photography.


Other Information

Commission Work
Sells Work
Studio
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Sells Work at Red Dog Gallery