Premier Professional Photographer servicing Savannah, GA, Port Wentworth, GA and surrounding areas. Bringing 16 years of experience in photography and specializing in Women & Girls Portraits, and Senior Portraits

My name is Tammy Lee Scott. I was born in the South, daughter of a seaman. My family migrated to the mid west when I was 14 and lived in Illinois and Minnesota for 33 years. My husband and I got tired of the long winters and decided to find warmth, which led us to Georgia in 2019. Back to my roots! I love the "Beautiful Light" of sunshine so much. It really makes me so very happy and at peace.

I have had a love of photography my whole life. Being a professional photographer allows me to enjoy other passions, which are learning about people & cultures and traveling. I truly enjoy getting to know you all, and doing all I can to capture your special moments in a unique and artistic fashion. I love finding the "Beautiful Light" to shine on my subjects.  

I have two children who are all grown up now, Adrianna and Brian. I truly enjoy spending special moments with family. One thing I really appreciate is nature and being able to unplug every once in awhile, forget about the chaotic vibrations in the world and just find my calm with solitude.

I have been a professional photographer for 16 years. I specialize in Families, Women & Girl Confidence, and Senior Portraits. It is important to me to capture the uniqueness of each individual. It is our differences that show our true beauty. My style, therefore is artistic but subtle, keeping with the realistic view of my subject. When I edit, I edit to enhance the beauty of my subject as they are. I don't do thinning or extreme smoothing. I prefer to show you for who you are and encourage you to love yourself as such! I strive to do my best to showcase your "Beautiful Light"


BELLE LUMIÉRE MEANS BEAUTIFUL LIGHT

by Tammy Scott

Professional Photographer 

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 You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge. Apologize for mistakes. Apologize for unintentionally hurting someone – profusely.
But don’t apologize for being who you are.”

– Danielle LaPorte

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