The impulse to save our most cherished moments is a powerful force. When you ask people to choose three possessions to save from a burning house, one of the most common answers is a photo album.
Maybe that’s because photographs tell the stories of our lives – a timeline of memories filled with faces we love and places we have been. Photos speak directly to our emotions; they capture our attention and give us the power to show people who we are and what we do.
When composed professionally, they shine a light on our personalities, relationships, and families. After all, every human emotion has a place in photography.
Whether you need to steal someone’s attention with a stunning headshot or want to save your most loving family moments, I can help.
My name is Adam Chandler, and as a professional photographer in Goose Creek, SC I delight in the adventure of photography. I constantly immerse myself in whatever genre I’m shooting and seek new ways of bonding with my subjects to provide them with a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
I use my technical knowledge of photography, ability to connect with people, and artistic creativity to produce memorable photos for my clients. I believe that providing folks with a client-centric experience sets me apart from other photographers in Goose Creek.
Some professionals may be wonderful composers but cannot understand what their customers want. Others are great at connecting but don’t have the training or experience to make their work truly special.
When you choose Adam Chandler Photography, rest assured that you are hiring a photographer with creativity, imagination, and a keen eye for detail. You won’t ever have to worry about sacrificing one quality for another.
I have a wide range of professional experience in the world of photography. I have had the pleasure of working with a variety of subjects, from local families to corporate business professionals in the Lowcountry. As a photographer in Goose Creek with more than a decade of experience, my top priority is not only to capture beautiful images but also to provide you with a relaxing, enjoyable photography session.
Your family is probably the single most important part of your life. From children to grandparents, and even nieces and nephews, building a strong family bond secures your legacy for the future.
You will grow and change with your family throughout life and encounter many memorable milestones along the way. One of the best ways to document these milestones and relive your memories is with a family photo session.
I love family photography and strive to pour my soul and creativity into each shoot. While each session is different, I approach each one with the same goal: to capture the unique personality, affection, and energy of each family so I can provide authentic, engaging pictures and a uniquely fun experience.
Whether you have a newborn baby that you want to celebrate or have grandparents in town for a visit, Goose Creek is an amazing city for family photography. There are so many locations in the Lowcountry that make for great family photography backdrops:
Whatever location you choose for family photography in Goose Creek, the Holy City is a wonderful place in which to immerse yourself with friends and family.
As a family photographer in Goose Creek, one of the reasons why I love working with families so much is the opportunity to get creative. I gladly accommodate the style preferences my clients are looking for – be it more traditional, posed images, or candid, playful pictures.
I use a relaxed style of direction to get your family engaged in our photography session, to help get authentic expressions that are full of life and happiness.
Here are just a few reasons why families choose Adam Chandler Photography for their family portraits:
A great headshot shows you at your best – whether you want to impress a prospective employer or need professional photography for your website. In today’s world of digital dominance, having a professional headshot or portrait of your team is becoming a necessity. It’s no surprise, then, that headshots and portraits are among the most popular genres of photography.
Headshots can be tricky, mostly because many humans just aren’t very photogenic. I know that for some clients, it can be hard posing for a professional photo; knowing their headshot or portrait might make the rounds with future employers.
Fortunately, I have years of experience taking professional headshots. Unlike some amateur photographers, I know how to draw out your personality to capture you at your best. I know how to compose your portrait based on the industry you work in or the goal that you have with your photoshoot. Clients choose Adam Chandler Photography because I advise them every step of the way – from the clothes they should wear to the expression they should have.
A professional headshot or portrait is an investment into your personal brand, and here is why:
Being a great photographer means more than owning the best pieces of camera equipment. While a great camera gives clients the clearest, highest quality photos available, it won’t help me connect with my subjects. I strive to give clients a fun, enjoyable photo session. I use my knowledge and experience to help set up the perfect shot. After connecting with my client, I draw out their personality to produce a stunning final product.
Clients choose Adam Chandler Photography because I am different from my peers in the best ways possible. Here are just a few qualities that my clients appreciate:
“I am proud to say that I am very passionate about my work. However, I’m also passionate about giving my clients the most enjoyable, care-free photography experience possible. My passion drives me to work harder, push farther, and strive to be better every day that I wake up.”Adam Chandler
One of my favorite things to do is to talk to clients about their vision. If you are in need of professional photography, let’s talk today about what you have in mind. Whether you’re looking for family photography in Goose Creek or want new headshots for your employees, I am here to help every step of the way.
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The Berkeley County School District has announced that four of its schools will be transitioning to virtual learning for one week because of staffing concerns.The district said beginning Friday, students at Cane Bay High, College Park Middle, Goose Creek Elementary, and Goose Creek High will learn from home and return to the in-person school setting on Jan. 24.The temporary conversion to distance learning is due to staffing concerns and not student infection rate concerns, according to the distric...
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The Berkeley County School District has announced that four of its schools will be transitioning to virtual learning for one week because of staffing concerns.
The district said beginning Friday, students at Cane Bay High, College Park Middle, Goose Creek Elementary, and Goose Creek High will learn from home and return to the in-person school setting on Jan. 24.
The temporary conversion to distance learning is due to staffing concerns and not student infection rate concerns, according to the district.
As a result, athletic and extracurricular activities will proceed as normal, district officials said.
“The decision to convert Cane Bay High, College Park Middle, Goose Creek Elementary, and Goose Creek High to distance learning is based on operational concerns,” said Deon Jackson, BCSD Superintendent. “Staffing shortages have greatly necessitated this decision as school staffs continue to be impacted by COVID-19 isolations and quarantine protocol, and the substitute pool is limited when relied upon by 47 schools. We understand the burden this places on our students, staff and families as our shared goal is to provide quality instruction to our students in our buildings; however, we had to consider how the limited availability of staff impacts safety on campus and instruction. We look forward to the return of these students on Monday, January 24.”
The district released the following additional information:
Schools will work with staff and families to ensure that all students receive their Chromebooks. Information concerning access to assignments and livestream instruction schedules will be provided to students and/or parents by principals and teachers.
BCSD will continue to provide breakfast and lunch at no cost to students at these four schools during this temporary conversion to a distance learning platform. Meals will be distributed Monday through Friday by a drive-through pick up service.
Cane Bay High, College Park Middle, Goose Creek Elementary, and Goose Creek High students can pick-up breakfast and lunch (10 a.m. to 12 p.m.) from the following locations:
Students will not be permitted to enter the buildings or eat on-site. Child Nutrition will be using the “roster system” so the names of the students will need to be provided by the person(s) picking up the meals.
“We need the support and cooperation of our families and communities to ensure that staff and students return to school healthy and that our remaining schools stay open,” Jackson continued. “Our schools mirror their communities, so we ask that our families and communities follow SC DHEC guidelines, maintain physical distancing in group settings, practice good hygiene, limit unnecessary interactions and gatherings, and wear a mask when physical distancing cannot be achieved or is not practical.”
Cane Bay High, College Park Middle, Goose Creek Elementary, and Goose Creek High students will return to campuses from distance learning on Monday, January 24. All other BCSD schools will continue to operate in-person following their normal schedules.
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The curtains came up on the Region 7-AAAAA basketball slate on Jan. 11.Goose Creek made the trip up Highway 52 to Moncks Corner to tangle with Berkeley and Cane Bay welcomed Wando into the snake pit.The girls teams from Cane Bay and Berkeley started off 1-0 while Goose Creek’s boys and Wando’s boys also sparked the region slate with a victory celebration.Berkeley’s girls pull out a 39-33 win against the Gators, getting a game-high 26 points from forward Peighton Jambor. Nakeshia Jerideau and Amani McCra...
The curtains came up on the Region 7-AAAAA basketball slate on Jan. 11.
Goose Creek made the trip up Highway 52 to Moncks Corner to tangle with Berkeley and Cane Bay welcomed Wando into the snake pit.
The girls teams from Cane Bay and Berkeley started off 1-0 while Goose Creek’s boys and Wando’s boys also sparked the region slate with a victory celebration.
Berkeley’s girls pull out a 39-33 win against the Gators, getting a game-high 26 points from forward Peighton Jambor. Nakeshia Jerideau and Amani McCray chipped in four points apiece for coach Crystal Peace’s squad.
Peace said she was pleased with the efforts of young point guard Saniya Sanders and her ability to communicate with her teammates on the floor. She also said the Stags have to get better moving forward to compete in what figures to a tough journey through the region schedule.
Goose Creek’s girls were paced by Samiya Grant and Ravin Griffin with 17 and 10 points, respectively.
Berkeley led by four at the break and went on to lead by as many as 12 points. Goose Creek closed within six points in the final period.
“There are a lot of things we have to work on,” Goose Creek coach Tim Baldwin said. “The thing I like is the two seniors are starting to lead a little bit. We’re dealing with a lot of kids who don’t have a lot of varsity experience. We’re going to be learning on the fly but I really like the girls. They don’t mind working hard.”
In the boys game, Goose Creek built a 19-2 lead in the first quarter and coasted to a 70-36 victory.
Britt led the Gators boys with a game-high 20 points while Elijah Dates and Daunte Taylor added double digits, too, scoring 12 and 10 respectively. Shane Potts chipped in nine points.
Damon Brown paced Berkeley with 12 points while Troy Reid contributed nine points. Josh Youngblood chipped in six points.
Cane Bay’s girls improved to 13-3 with a 46-24 win over Wando. Cobras guard Alaina Nettles led all scorers with 23 points and Jasmine Jenkins added 10 points. Tatum Carr chipped in four points.
“They’ve been playing well pretty much all season,” Cane Bay girls coach Ira Owens said. “The thing we’ve done better here lately is getting off to a more consistent start. We had a couple games before Christmas we lost because we had poor-shooting first halves.”
The Cobras built a 10-point halftime lead and pulled away in the second half, outscoring the Warriors 23-11 in the second half.
The win was the fifth straight for Cane Bay’s girls and set a new high mark for wins in a season for the Cobras, who began playing in 2008-09.
In the boys game, Wando scored the final five points to edge the Cobras, 55-54. The Warriors overcame an 11-point deficit to start the region off on the right foot.
Stratford had the night off on Jan. 11 but is slated to travel to Cane Bay on Jan. 14.
Cane Bay’s boys fell to 12-6.
Faith Christian 72,
Northside Christian 41
Faith Christian’s boys won their sixth straight game and improved to 9-3 on the season.
Battery Creek 53,
The Hanahan boys basketball team fell to Battery Creek in overtime on Jan. 11.
Keith Bryant and Dru Goldsmith led the Hawks with 15 and 11 points, respectively. Malik Horry chipped in nine points and Kit Cooper eight points.
Palmetto Christian 65,
St. John’s Christian 60
St. John’s Christian boys lost to visiting Palmetto Christian on Jan. 11.
Wallace Hester poured in 30 points for the Cavaliers and Brock Ray added seven points.
The St. John’s Christian girls also lost a close game, falling 49-44 to the Lowcountry Wildcats.
GOOSE CREEK, S.C. – The Goose Creek Planning Commission is looking for public input concerning the city’s future redevelopment plans for the Red Bank Road corridor.The corridor includes Red Bank Road from the Highway 52 intersection to past Howe Hall Road.In an interview with ABC News ...
GOOSE CREEK, S.C. – The Goose Creek Planning Commission is looking for public input concerning the city’s future redevelopment plans for the Red Bank Road corridor.
The corridor includes Red Bank Road from the Highway 52 intersection to past Howe Hall Road.
In an interview with ABC News 4, Goose Creek Mayor Greg Habib said Red Bank Road could be transformed into a thriving downtown area.
“We just really feel like there is a great opportunity for redevelopment there, to create an area whereby folks in our area will have a neat place to go,” Habib told the TV station.
As part of the redevelopment plan, city officials said they hope to beautify the area and help to alleviate some traffic woes.
Residents can offer their feedback by taking the survey at this link: https://forms.gle/ScqkCjddRBbKi14W6.
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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Another week of region action across the Grand Strand and Pee Dee gets underway tonight. Ahead of tipoff, the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association released its latest state rankings for the boys and girls. Our local teams are in bold below.CLASS 5A BOYS 1. Dorman2. Riverside3. Fort Dorchester4. Ridge View5. Byrnes6. Northwestern7. Sumter8. Goose Creek9. Wade Hampton10. ConwayCLASS 5A GIRLS...
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Another week of region action across the Grand Strand and Pee Dee gets underway tonight. Ahead of tipoff, the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association released its latest state rankings for the boys and girls. Our local teams are in bold below.
CLASS 5A BOYS
3. Fort Dorchester
4. Ridge View
8. Goose Creek
9. Wade Hampton
CLASS 5A GIRLS
2. Rock Hill
6. Dutch Fork
8. Cane Bay
10. Spring Valley
CLASS 4A BOYS
2. AC Flora
3. Catawba Ridge
7. West Florence
8. Travelers Rest
10. South Pointe
CLASS 4A GIRLS
2. Catawba Ridge
3. North Augusta
5. South Florence
7. West Florence
8. AC Flora
10. Colleton County
CLASS 3A BOYS
6. Blue Ridge
7. Union County
9. Fox Creek
CLASS 3A GIRLS
2. Blue Ridge
3. Lower Richland
CLASS 2A BOYS
1. York Prep
2. Wade Hampton
4. Phillip Simmons
5. Christ Church
6. Andrew Jackson
8. Gray Collegiate
10. North Central and Saluda
CLASS 2A GIRLS
2. Christ Church
4. Silver Bluff
5. Philip Simmons
6. Andrew Jackson
9. Gray Collegiate
CLASS 1A BOYS
1. Scott’s Branch
2. Calhoun County
4. Baptist Hill
6. Carvers Bay
8. Calhoun Falls Charter
10. Southside Christian
CLASS 1A GIRLS
1. Military Magnet
2. East Clarendon
3. High Point Academy
5. Lake View
7. Southside Christian
9. Whale Branch
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Stratford’s girls basketball team appears more than equipped to contend for the Region 7-AAAAA crown in the next month.The curtains come up on the region slate Jan. 14 at Cane Bay and coach Kelly McNeil’s team has an opportunity to make a statement right out of the gate. The Cobras have been ranked as high as No. 7 in Class AAAAA this season.Stratford is No. 5 and Cane is eighth in the latest S.C. Basketball Coaches Association rankings.“I think we’ve made a lot of growth since the beginning of th...
Stratford’s girls basketball team appears more than equipped to contend for the Region 7-AAAAA crown in the next month.
The curtains come up on the region slate Jan. 14 at Cane Bay and coach Kelly McNeil’s team has an opportunity to make a statement right out of the gate. The Cobras have been ranked as high as No. 7 in Class AAAAA this season.
Stratford is No. 5 and Cane is eighth in the latest S.C. Basketball Coaches Association rankings.
“I think we’ve made a lot of growth since the beginning of the season,” McNeil said. “I’m seeing more maturity and understanding what we’re trying to do. Maturity-wise a case in point would be the Timberland game. We’re up seven with about 2½ minutes to go and we run a stall game without turning the ball over. We’re able to finish things.”
It’s not far-fetched to believe the winner of Stratford’s region opener could go on to capture a No. 1 seed for the playoffs. Cane Bay improved to 12-3 with a 57-46 victory at Ashley Ridge on Jan. 5, ending a 15-game skid against the Foxes.
Cane Bay opens region play at home on Jan. 11 against Wando, which snapped Goose Creek’s seven-year region win streak last year.
“The biggest thing is we have to play smart,” McNeil said about the Cobras matchup. “We’ve got to make the most of every possession and keep second chances at a minimum. If we both come to play and don’t back down, it will be a very good game.”
The Knights improved to 12-2 on the season with a 44-35 road victory at West Ashley on Jan. 5.
Junior guard Yasmine Cook poured in a game-high 20 points for the Knights and grabbed six rebounds. Junior guard Kaleyia Brown added nine points and four steals. Junior guard Kirstin Prudhomme chipped in seven points and seven assists.
On the season, Cook (16 points per game) and Brown (11 ppg) power Stratford offensively. Prudhomme is out front in rebounds, steals, assists and blocks.
While Cane Bay and Stratford might enter the region as the favorites based on the first half of the season, Goose Creek, Berkeley and Wando will be right there on game nights.
“Everybody has to stay motivated and hungry,” McNeil said. “There is not one team anybody can take for granted. Also there are a lot of great coaches in the region.”
In Cane Bay’s win at Ashley Ridge, junior Alaina Nettles poured in 24 points while Jasmine Jenkins added 12 for the Cobras.