Troy Hull began his career as a videographer and ENG truck operator in television news and sports. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work on many major stories. From presidential visits from President Bill Clinton to President Barack Obama to being on the coast during several hurricanes that have hit the Carolinas, he understands the pressure of the news business. His hard work has paid off with several industry awards such as an Emmy and AP Press awards.
After more than twenty years as a news and sports videographer, Troy decided to turn his eye toward still photography. Every year, his children would bring home boring sports pictures that may have worked in the 1970s but not today. He wanted action pictures of his children that looked like the trading cards of old. He now brings that passion to all his photography for all his clients that include Ebony, The Charlotte Observer, The Charlotte Post, Q-City Metro.com, Johnson & Wales University, Johnson C. Smith University, First Presbyterian Church, and The First Tee of Greater Charlotte.
A day at the park or at a festival can become a lasting memory. Great pictures can happen anywhere and he likes capturing those moments. Ansel Adams said it best: “Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.”