Hi there! Thank you for choosing Brian Corrigan Photography to help capture these moments in your life that I know will be treasured by you today, and for generations to come.
My name is Brian Corrigan and I am a Photographer based in Hudson, OH. I picked up my first DSLR 9 years ago so that I could take better pictures of my daughter, Mary Grace, playing sports. I also started to shoot all of the real estate listings for my wife, Leslie. (She happens to be the best Realtor in Hudson!) Besides helping to coach many of my daughters teams (including swim, soccer, basketball, track & field and cross country), I also became the team photogapher and videographer. I have spent many hours behind the camera and the computer generating lots of memories for the athletes and their families. Each year I challenged myself more and more and became better and faster at practicing this craft. I am very proud to say that I am self-taught and continue to learn every day.
I have spent most of my career in the corporate world in sales/marketing for some of world's best specialty chemical companies. Those corporate responsibilities also meant that I spent way too much time away from home. I am now a full-time Photographer and loving it. When I'm not working with clients I am spending time with my family or running. I'm one of those people who actually enjoy running. I have run 2 Buckeye Trail 50K's, 5 marathons, several road and trail half-marathons, and a Tough Mudder, where I qualified for and ran in The World's Toughest Mudder. I'm still trying to get the elusive BQ (Boston Qualifying) time in the marathon.
I shoot primarily portraits (High School Senior Portraits, Families, Children, headshots), architecture/real estate, and sports for Hudson and neighboring communities (Stow, Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Twinsburg, Macedonia, Solon, Chagrin Falls, Cleveland, etc.).
I love the juxtaposition of the art and the technical; the right brain and the left brain; and I hope you give me the chance to share that love of the photography craft with you to become your family photographer.
© Brian Corrigan