We pride ourselves in approaching each opportunity with the goal of exceeding the client's expectations while meeting budget and time constraints. Clients range from small biotech companies to those in the Fortune 500. Our creativity resulted in creating attractive images for annual reports, national advertising campaigns, and web pages.
Charles Hodges is a native of Winter Park, Florida. He earned his MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a focus on Printmaking. His first teaching assignments were at Trinity Christian College just outside of Chicago, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Photography Department. Mr Hodges also embarked on a commercial photography career extending some 30 years. During that time he worked for many corporate entities including Quaker Oats and Kraft Foods. Focusing primarily on advertising agencies and studio work his client list ranged from Amoco Oil, McDonald's Sprint, Baxter Pharmaceuticals, and Motorola. He also worked for agencies as diverse as Burrell Advertising and Leo Burnett FCB Worldwide.
Upon returning to Florida, Mr. Hodges opened a studio that produced work for Orlando Magazine Shakespeare Theater, and textbooks for Harcourt Brace, and transitioned into more location photography, producing work for Disney, Universal Studios, Florida Trend Magazine and the Florida High Technology Corridor. His current commercial work includes creating digital content (both still images and video) for small emerging technology companies and nonprofits such as Habitat for Humanity. Below are samples and or links to work produced.
In 2019 ,in collaboration with The American Red Cross, Charles produced a series of Black and White Portraits honoring the volunteers and their personal life stories. The Museum of Arts and Science in Daytona Beach Florida presented this photographic show.
Mr Hodges is a big believer in the concept of paying it forward and is an active member of Karios Prison Ministry and has recently accepted a seat on the Board of Directors at Habitat for Humanities.