Kind words about me:

“Tyler Scott is both a professional photographer and videographer. One of the things I like about Tyler’s work is his interaction with the human emotion; he knows how to capture people in their raw character. This is likely why he is heavily sought after as an engagement/wedding photographer and videographer. Particularly in the video realm, he’s a fully capable freelance producer: able to shoot, direct, edit, color, design motion graphics, edit audio & foley, etc. This is a guy who is dangerous both behind a camera and in the editing bay. He captures the images you’ll want to keep forever.”
Jason Dyba

Tyler is amazing and incredibly talented. He is fun and laid back, but not at the expensive of preparation and professionalism. We could not have asked for a better photographer experience. He made everyone feel comfortable and was intentional about getting the shots we had talked about in advance. Our photos are stunning and truly capture the joy and romance of our wedding day.

Alise Napp

Tyler did an amazing job not only catching the details of our wedding, but the beauty of the day. His candid 'behind the scenes' shots and the ones that show the October landscape are some of my absolute favorites. he made Brett and I's photos together look like he was sneaking in on private moments.

Hanna Osterwyk

They are so, so wonderful! We really cannot thank you enough. It was a joy to work with you and we are just in awe of how you captured the setting in ways we never noticed. Thank you thank you!!

Sydney Tammarine

Tyler is professional, efficient, honest, and fun. His pictures turn out beautiful every time, no matter the setting. For you the bride, he listens to your wishes and does an amazing job. Book him!

Michelle Staley

Tyler Scott did a fantastic job. He is fast and efficient. He takes amazing photos. Yet, he doesn't take pictures until your face and feet hurt. He gets the great pictures right away and then lets you move on with your day.

Cristy Mullican

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Why I love what I do

While in college, I bought my first camera just a few months prior to traveling Europe with a small group from our gospel choir. I knew this trip would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and wanted a nice camera to take photographs by which to remember the experience. I bought a cheap Canon Rebel XT on eBay, which spawned an obsession.

I became a storyteller. It started with memories for myself: images I could treasure and pass down to my family. I quickly became a timekeeper: pressing pause on fleeting time and freezing those blink-and-you-miss-it moments. I have relentlessly refined my craft since that trip to Europe, but the heart of my work remains ingrained in my desire to capture memories and tell stories.

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