Welcome to the imagery and portfolio of award-winning Myrtle Beach area photographer Matthew Baugh. I have been shooting weddings, events and real estate on the Grand Strand of South Carolina, where I reside, and in other areas, for over 15 years now. During this time I have met many diverse and wonderful people, and have worked with brides, designers, home owners, real estate professionals and major corporations.
Passionate about the art and science of photography since I was a child, and honing my craft with the help of schools and professionals in the New York City area, I have found a strong specialty in shooting architecture and events, presenting these important subjects in the most inspiring ways possible. I am also a nationally published illustrator, and my appreciation and knowledge of fine art and graphic art has imparted a tremendous sense of perfectionism and accuracy to my work. I also strive to keep a photographed image looking as natural and unprocessed as I can, allowing it to keep the characteristics the fine lens has captured. My obsession with photography and lenses started long before digital hit the market, and I am aware of the benefits and drawbacks of both legacy and current forms of the medium. My main systems are digital; however, for obvious reasons of control, workflow and speed of turnover.
I regularly help my clients sell their properties in record time, after these properties sit for years without moving. My wedding clients receive a living masterpiece as an heirloom for future generations, which I fully and permanently stand behind. My work also appears in magazines, design journals and in brochures and websites to represent a company’s or private individual’s best. Let me represent your best image and present it in a way no one else can. You are my most important consideration and I am always willing to work within your parameters.
For more information, visit my About Page and Online Portfolio. And please don’t hesitate to contact me at any time with any questions or specialized photography need.