Charleston Event Photographer, Charleston Corporate Photographer, Charleston Conference Photographer


—  Real words from real clients.

"I have used Reese Moore Photography on multiple occasions for my business and she has never disappointed. 

Reese delivers not only clear and beautiful pictures, but a professionalism that make working with her a breeze. She is punctual and when given the shot list, goes right to work without question. In addition, her turn around time is amazing. 

I would highly recommend using her and know you'll be happy you did."

Randi Weinstein

FAB Founder


"I’ve had the honor of working with Reese Moore the last 6 months on a regular basis while she has been capturing my new Collection, Grit & Grace. 

During our shoots she has been professional, fun to work with, and her eye + attention to detail is impeccable.

In addition, Reese always goes above and beyond to offer marketing advice and suggestions that have helped my business grow.  It is an honor and joy to work with Reese and I would highly recommend her to anyone seeking out a photographer. "

Rachel Gordon

Grit & Grace Studio


"Reese is personable, professional, talented and flexible.

She was great to work with and we look forward to partnering with her again at our future meetings. "

Southeast Region of the American Board of Trial Advocates



"Reese Moore is an amazingly unique photographer with a rare ability to capture the very passion that informs any storied event. 

As a concert producer and performer, I’ve solicited Moore’s expertise [damn near exclusively over the past 6 years] to help describe moments where even the most descriptive words simply fall short. 

Reese Moore captures angles and reflections that appear to be staged without distracting the performers or the audience at performances in the most intimate venues."

Quentin Baxter

Twice-Grammy nominated musician/producer currently on tour with René Marie and Ranky Tanky

"Magic. That is what Reese can create with her camera, a subject, and an idea.

I rarely commission shoots with photographers that don't bring their own ideas to the project.
That means that they are not invested. 

Reese is always invested."

Alfred Hall

Creative Director of Marketing, College of Charleston