Welcome to Patrick McCarthy Photos - Photography, video and graphics. From MMA events to board meetings, our photographers have successfully worked with an array of subjects. We are excited that you have taken the time to review our services and are confident that together we can accomplish any of your Photography, video and graphics needs.
Whether you require individual corporate headshots or portraits for business reports or other publications, we will be able to produce the product you want. If you require a video clip for your corporate website to introduce yourself or your product, we will be able to work with you so that you and your customers are happy and satisfied with the final product. Please feel free to look over the array of styles and types of photography that is featured on this and other pages. All questions are welcomed and we look forward to speaking with you to create the corporate or individual product or image you are looking for. The first step is calling us at 718-637-1907. If we are temporarily unavailable, please leave a message with your name and number where you can be reached as we immediately respond to all messages.
Patrick E. McCarthy
Founder of Patrick McCarthy Photos, Patrick E. McCarthy has seventeen years experience photographing action sports, corporate portraits and groups as well as corporate special events. In addition, he has extensive experience in photography for major daily newspapers and international magazines. His video creations for news organizations have appeared on Channel 11 News, major daily newspaper websites and his personal video work was featured in Tribeca at the Big Apple Film Festival.
Patrick E. McCarthy
Jesse Ward is a New York based photographer with over 15 years professional photographic experience. A graduate of the Photojournalism and Documentary Program at the International Center of Photography, he specialize in corporate, industrial, editorial, portrait, and travel. His work has appeared in many media outlets including the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ABC's 20/20, Meet the Press, among others. His approach to photography is based on his belief in the silent eloquence of a visual narrative and the possibility of a fleeting moment becoming timeless.