Jeff Chadwick

Rochester, New York based Photorapher

Hello! I’m Jeff Chadwick and I am a photographer based out of “Tropical” Rochester, New York- the home of Eastman Kodak and the Lilac Festival.

I hold a Master’s Degree from Savannah College of Art And Design, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Rochester Institute of Technology both in Photography. Additionally, I have been teaching at the College Level for the last 8 years, helping to mold the next generation of Photographers.

I specialize in creating a fun and relaxing atmosphere when your images are being created. My goal is to have you enjoy creating lasting memories, that will last a lifetime and will be enjoyed by future generations. In addition to Portraits, I have a passion for Nature and Fine Art Photography.

Please visit my Portfolio page to see some of my favorite images from my recent work.

Click here to see my Portfolio

Also please feel free to connect with me through your favorite social media platform (Facebook is where you will find me most often)

-Jeff Chadwick

P.S. If you have any questions about my work or would like to talk about working together, please don’t hesitate to get in touch using the “Contact Me” link above, or reach out by calling me at 585.678.1190


I offer a range of Photographic Services including Portraits, Editorial, Lifestyle, Weddings, Family and Corporate Events; the list goes on and on.

I am not limited to just work behind the camera- I also offer photographic restoration- have an old family image that needs help? I have spent years restoring damaged images as a part of a volunteer group for victims of natural disasters.

Your images are one of the few things that will be passed down to your loved ones. This stunning couple are my grandparents- they spent all of the money they had for this portrait on their wedding day, and it is the only thing that myself and their other grandchildren have to remember them by, after almost 100 years. I will treat your future memories with the same love and care that their photographer did in the early 1900’s.

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