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I am a local photographer that has be a professional photographer for almost 13 years. I am located in the Saint Louis, MO area and looking for Paid or TFP shoots with local model or talent at the moment. I believe that I have a unique style and trying to break the cookie cutter mold that most photographers are doing now. I love natural light and the use of ambient light in my photography but also well suited for studio photography. I am a very open and creative photographer and open to any idea for projects. I work with male and female models and never have a problem with escorts during a shoot as long as they do not get in the way or hinder my work. My rates are reasonable for any model that need there portfoilo spruced up. I do TFP shoot as long as the the talent or model are serious. With all shoots Paid or TFP there will be releases signed by both parties so we know what we are both recieving from the session. I am serious about my work and art and look foward to working with others that are passionate as well.
Trenton was born and raised in St. Louis, MO. He attended Mc Cluer Senior High School and graduated in the Class of 1998. After graduation he attended Florrisant Valley Community College were he was majoring in Computer Science and also ran on the schools track and field team.
After a year of school he felt that he wasn’t being challenged enough and decided to enlist in the United States Marine Corps to meet the challenges that he was seeking.
While in the Marine Corps his occupational specialty was as a Combat Photographer. During his tenure in the Marine Corps he was assigned to a wide variety of units that broaden his prospective as an artist and a photographer. With jobs ranging from photographer, magazine photo editor, combat videographer, section chief, and other variety of billets Trenton utilize all the training and experience to hone the peak potential of his creative talents.
Trenton also served two tour of combat in the war torn country of Iraq in which not only used his experiences of photography the benefit his own work but ensure the proper training of the Marine in his section which in hand produced quality imagery, awards, and accolades to his unit and the Marine that served under him. His last combat tour in Iraq he was awarded his second Navy Achievement Medal due to his excellent work ethic and ability to produce the highest of quality of work while even under harsh and dangerous combat conditions.
After eight years of serving his country and Corps, Trenton returned to civilian life to pursue a career as a photographer. As a freelance photopher Trenton wishes to bring his talent in to life of his clients so they can also experience the passion and love he has for the art.