I'm Andrew Millett - A few words to describe myself:


I'm a professional, full-time photographer in Mesa, Arizona, which is a suburb of Phoenix. I love to travel. My photography isn't just a service, but an experience. Send me a message with any questions or to schedule your photo shoot using my contact form or phone number below.




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call or text 480-398-0858

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What I do:

I shoot creative and business professional portraits, headshots, weddings, engagements, events, and bands. My work is available to view on my pages dedicated to each type of photography. I also seek to be affordable so to offer high quality and attention to without the typical associated steep cost. This makes me one of the best photographers in phoenix Arizona for value as I spend significant time editing in both adobe lightroom and photoshop to create unique and personal images.

I describe my style as dramatic, typically dark, moody and high contrast. I love zooming in close to catch a lot of details in the face and eyes. I work hard and efficiently to deliver images quickly and exceed expectations regularly. My turnaround for the first set of edits is within three business days. I use Adobe Lightroom to edit all the images that pass a minimum quality check and Adobe Photoshop to edit a select few of the client's favorite images. 

I shoot on a Canon 6D and use the Canon 70D as a backup or for video projects. My vlogs tend to shed light on my personal life, friends and family. The lenses I use are the Canon 70-200mm f2.8, Canon 50mm F1.2, and the Canon 16-35mm F2.8 USM III.


My career originally was in finance. I worked at two brokerage firms- Charles Schwab and Vanguard and the online payment processing service, PayPal. While working at Vanguard, I began editing in Adobe Photoshop, Premiere and After Effects. I worked on video projects for Vanguard and studied daily about photography while attending seminars and acquiring mentors. For a long time, full-time photography felt like it was just a bit of a fantasy. But, as I was transitioning to another firm, I decided that it would be much more fulfilling to pursue my passion as a photographer. I'm a strong believer in investing for one's future, whether it be time, engergy or money. Thus, I preferred to invest myself fully in a craft I love and could dedicate myself completely.