Joey Terrill began his career as a photographer for the Los Angeles Times before moving to magazine and advertising photography for clients that include American Express, Coca-Cola, Disney, Golf Digest, Major League Baseball, Nikon, Red Bull and Sports Illustrated.
His career has included a range of specialties including architecture and interior design, advertising and corporate photography, golf course landscapes, and editorial portraiture.
But it's the rich potential within macro photography that has always been a fascination. Using a camera to magnify and explore has lead him to experiment with unusual subjects, various liquids, special camera techniques, and intricate lighting. His dedicated macro studio is designed to support the stability and precision essential to exploring new possibilities.
Joey teaches workshops and speaks at seminars including the Summit Series Workshops, Popular Photography Mentor Series, PhotoPlus Expo, WPPI, Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, UPAA Symposium, Consumer Electronics Show, World in Focus, and Nikon School Online.
Macro photography is incredibly immersive. I get into a sphere of creativity and the next thing I know, an hour, then two hours, then three hours have passed.