Hello There!

My name is Angela & I'm a photographer.

I am 100% more comfortable behind the camera and to be honest I prefer bare feet over high heels, sweet iced tea over cocktails, and late nights over early mornings. I was born and raised in small town, Oregon, where I met the love of my life at 12 years old and now we are going on 12 years of marriage. Together, we have a golden-doodle named Pup and the three of us have lived in Oregon, Washington, California, and Virginia. Last year we bought our first home in Beaverton, Oregon and we recently answered the call to be foster parents. Now that you've read about me, I'd love to get to know you!

WHY PHOTOGRAPHY?

Capturing the moment with my camera has been my thing for as long as I can remember but it wasn't until college that I realized how much I loved photographing people. While I was studying graphic design at Oregon State University, I got my first DSLR (fancy camera), took some photography classes, did some freelance design for an awesome professional photographer and even got to assist him on a photoshoot. After that I started to take more photos of my friends and family. As the years passed my love for photography grew and with a ton of support and encouragement from the people closest to me I finally got over my fear of failure and decided to turn my hobby into my career.

WHAT DO I PHOTOGRAPH?

I photograph individuals, couples, families, children, babies, pets - really anyone I can get in front of my camera. I love bringing out the personalities of the people (and animals) I photograph and complimenting them with natural light in a beautiful setting.

WANT TO SAY HELLO?

If you would like to book a session or inquire about availability, rates, or anything else, I'd love to hear from you. You can email angelalwalkerphotog@gmail.com or follow me on Facebook or on Instagram as @angelalwalkerphotog.

The photo on the left was taken by Anne Blodgett Photography

angelalwalkerphotog@gmail.com  |  Tel: 503.908.3630

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Photo by Anne Blodget