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Bio


Mike Hudson

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Bio


Mike Hudson

 

"I've traveled around the world two or three times, driven to Alaska and back, ridden a bike, walked and hitchhiked across Kansas and Oklahoma, melted a camera while shooting a solar eclipse, watched the Osage Indian tribe perform a dance in my honor, met Princess Diana twice, slept in a cemetery, and spent the night on the streets in London– all in the pursuit of a great photo. And that's just in my first twenty-five years. Two decades later, I still have that same passion for great photography and bring it to every job I shoot, no matter how big or small. I love my job and can't imagine doing anything else.

 
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Experienced and Professional


Experienced & Professional

Experienced and Professional


Experienced & Professional

 

I got my start in the world of professional photography when I photographed Princess Diana and the British Royal Family during the late 1980's. That experience taught me how to think fast, work in difficult situations, compose quickly and above all, to be patient. I had no idea back then what great training that would be for my life as a professional photographer.

 
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Passionate


Passionate about Photography

Passionate


Passionate about Photography

 

I love my job. It's the only one I've ever had. I love the variety in my work and being able to go places most others never get to experience– backstage at concerts, the sidelines at games, the back of house at restaurants, factories and hotels. Walking at the head of a parade in front of half a million people. Being in the operating room for someone's surgery and watching their heart beating inside their chest. Shooting a new multimillion dollar hospital or luxury apartments before they're open to the public. Or getting up early on a beautiful summer morning to photograph trees for a nationally renown local arboretum. It never gets old.

Of course, there are mundane jobs to shoot too. But I still enjoy getting to meet people and collaborate with them to create the best images possible in order to promote the work they're doing. Even head shots, coffee cups and eyeglasses can look interesting with the right lighting and setup :)

As well as my commercial photography, I also do fine art photography, and have had prints featured in Outdoor Photographer (UK), Black and White, and COLOR magazines, as well as a recent article on my work in f/11 Magazine. In 2016, my landscape photography won Best of Show in the 66th annual Art in the Park show in Bar Harbor, Maine."

 
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Commercial Photography


Commercial Photography