About

Bryce G Photography creates quality commercial and residential photography for professionals in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia (DMV area).  Providing the best perspective for both sellers and buyers is the goal every time.  We promise you will be impressed with the results.  Commercial and residential real estate of every shape, size, and age is worth the time and effort we spend on every image.

“… I feel it's imperative when I'm listing a property to put on the market, that the photos have to be exceptional…  From the first time I worked with Bryce I was totally impressed with his keen eye and excellent perception on how to display a property in its very best light...” – Coldwell Banker, Broker/Manager

“… Bryce Gehrls is truly a genius and an artist when it comes to photography! His eye for every detail large and small is impeccable.  I highly recommend Bryce to everyone I meet.” – Coldwell Banker, Residential Agent

“... Bryce is an imaginative and skilled photographer whose work speaks for itself.  He is a professional in an industry that can use photographers with his skills and work ethic.  I recommend him without reservation.”

In 2007, photographer Bryce G. began photographing in the Chicagoland area after graduating from the Hallmark Institute School of Photography.  During 2014, relying on his Bachelor of Science in Management degree from Purdue University, Bryce Gehrls started Bryce G. Photography.  Working with some of the most well-known real estate companies, Bryce G. Photography contributed to millions of dollars in home sales within a few years.

Timeline:

2007 – Graduated from Purdue University, IN – Bachelor of Science in Management

2009 – Graduated from the Hallmark Institute School of Photography, MA – Certificate of Completion

2010 – Presented Judge’s Choice Award - Indianapolis Professional Photographers

2011 – Photographer for local athletic teams - Geneseo, Illinois

2014 – Published in Smithsonian Magazine – “The Mystery of Why this Dangerous Sand Dune Swallowed a Boy” (2-page spread)

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/mystery-why-dangerous-sand-dune-swallowed-boy-180953404/