About

jackMy interest in photography is genetic, and my understanding and appreciation for fundamental quality have been harvested for several decades.

My grandfather, Hugh Morton, was a renowned, North Carolina-based photographer for nearly 70 years.  I was exposed to the art of photography since childhood, educated in the entire operation from camera settings to film processing, as he had a dark room off of the kitchen.  A seed was planted long ago, and my areas of interest have branched in every imaginable direction.  I am a photographer of everything, and I love nothing more than seeing the various genres blend within my work.

My wife Adrienne and I photograph weddings together, and take a great amount of pride in our ability to capture the myriad of emotions and moments provided by brides and grooms.  Our style is an impeccable fusion of photojournalistic with traditional; your wedding is a story and should be photographed as such.  I am also a credentialed basketball/football photographer for both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University, and sports photography has taken me from Chapel Hill and Durham to Kentucky’s Rupp Arena and New York City’s Madison Square Garden, to name a few.  The intensity of this highest caliber of college athletics is unmatched, and documenting it is much like photographing a wedding – moments fueled by high emotion, arenas bursting with expression…throw in the action and speed of the game and it’s an image-taker’s dream.

Concert photography, personal profiles, fashion, modeling, small business, landscape, cityscape…there is no limit to how widely I cast my net.  I consider myself a photographer with an artistic eye and a knack for catching the moment, someone driven to visualize with unique perspective and provide images of the highest quality.