Go to the homepage...
History

 

I received my first camera in sixth grade and knew photography was part of my destiny.

My passion grew seriously in high School.  I started working for "The Governor" yearbook at the end of my freshman year at Ross S Sterling High School in Baytown, TX.  The following year I was named head photographer and for the next two years worked in that capacity.  By my senior year I had to relinquish my position on the yearbook because of UIL rules.  I turned pro and started working for the Baytown Sun newspaper.  My duties were primarily sports and feature news until I graduated.  Then I became a full time staff news photographer and immersed myself in news photography.

Over the course of the next decade I drifted in and out of numerous professional photography positions and even left the photography world for a period of time.  I experimented with numerous aspects of visual media until in the early 90's I settled on portraiture and really discovered my "gifting".  In 1992 I became a managing partner and head photographer at "Blaker Studio Royal" in Manhattan, KS.  In 2001 I renamed the studio Rick McCauley Photography and have been operating under that name since. In 2005 I moved the studio to Cypress, TX where I am happy to be back in Texas. 

I love the process of creating an image that captures the unique qualities of each subject in front of my camera.  My artistic influences are diverse and I am constantly searching for new ways to create portraits that capture the unique qualities of humanity.

 

 

Wedding photos... Senior portraits... Studio portraits... Commercial photography... Other general photography... Ordering information... Read our Company History Send us e-mail...