Peter Taylor

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Peter Taylor is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Charlotte, NC with clients that range from national and local magazines to Fortune 500 Corporations to ad agencies to TV networks. A graduate of RIT, he has worked as a newspaper photojournalist, a war photographer, a fashion photographer, a sports photographer, a travel photographer, a food photographer, a still life photographer, a news and sports photo editor, a set builder and designer and a prop man. All of these vast and different experiences have help shaped him and the way he sees the world. When not shooting or editing or doing marketing or billing, he can be found playing with his 3 dogs or fly fishing on a mountain river.

Posts by Peter Taylor:

Bida Manda – by Peter Taylor

Bida Manda restaurant

Charlotte-based photographer Peter Taylor took photos for a Lao restaurant that’s opening in Raleigh, NC.

Border Springs Farm Lamb – by Peter Taylor

Border Springs Farm

Charlotte-based photographer Peter Taylor started a project shooting southern food purveyors.

Photographers’ Hobbies: Woodworking – by Peter Taylor


In this edition of “Photographers’ Hobbies”, Charlotte-based photographer Peter Taylor found a new passion for woodworking when he built his own desk from reclaimed wood.

In My Bag – by Peter Taylor

Peter Taylor's bag

In the first edition of our weekly “In My Bag” gear guide, Charlotte, NC-based editorial and commercial photographer Peter Taylor shares the contents of his camera bag.

Photo Brigade's Holiday Photo Gear Gift Guide


It’s that time of the year again! Time to make your photographic gift list in hopes that Santa will bring you everything your camera bag desires. Also, it’s a great time to get your last-minute shopping in before the end of the year so you can deduct the purchases on your taxes!

Forty Rod – by Peter Taylor

40 rod web

Charlotte, NC based freelance photographer Peter Taylor shares some of his recent food work he shot for a restaurant called Forty Rod.