Category Archives: Events

The Headstrong Project’s Warrior Cup Invitational | Troon Golf Club | Scottsdale Event Photographer

A few weeks ago, Keith had the good fortune of photographing The Headstrong Project’s Warrior Cup Invitational in honor of our veterans and their families. What an emotional couple of days. The Headstrong Project’s mission is to provide comprehensive mental healthcare to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. “Over 300,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans report symptoms of […]

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Photography Workshop in Paris | arizona wedding and portrait photographer

Our big announcement!! photo by Keith Pitts photography unscripted a 2 Day Experiential Workshop  Paris, France July 23rd and 24th 2012 lead by improvisational portrait artist Keith Pitts see and photograph the beauty of real moments in one of the most beautiful cities in the world two days filled with instruction, insight and inspiration (and of course, […]

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The Girls Rule Foundation | Talking Stick Resort Event Photography

On Monday, Networking Phoenix held their 10th Signature Event at The Talking Stick Resort.  One of our favorite charities, The Girls Rule Foundation was there to raise awareness of their very important mission – to help girls create bright futures. One of the co-founders of this amazing charity is Dena Patton, life coach extraordinaire and […]

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drybar scottsdale | event photographer

“Drybar is a brand new “blow dry bar” concept created around a very simple idea: No cuts. No color. Just blowouts for only $35. You see, we believe that almost everyone (even us pros) prefers having someone else blow out their hair. Why? It just looks better! We also believe there has to be a better […]

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free arts of arizona volunteer appreciation | phoenix children’s museum event photography

One of our children’s favorite places in the world is the Phoenix Children’s Museum.  It is certainly no surprise that they absolutely embrace every corner of the museum – it is a feast for their senses.  Our kids are the perfect ages (4 and 6) to really get the most that the museum has to […]

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