We had such a great experience with Brian. Our daughter, who has Down Syndrome, needed senior pictures. She is very shy and I was concerned it would be difficult getting her to smile. But within five minutes, Brian brought her out of her shell and she was beaming. She had a great time (and slept all the way home!). I have three other kiddos who will all also eventually need senior photos and we will definately be contacting Brian again!

Jennifer T.

Having a senior boy who wasn’t all that thrilled to have a photo shoot is not easy. But Brian made it fun and he captured great, genuine moments that we will cherish forever!

Annette T.

Very attentive to details and highly professional. The portraits were beautiful. These will be lifelong cherished keepsakes. Highly recommend. Would hire again.

Valerie S

Brian was very fun to work with. He was not only amazing at taking photos but also made me feel comfortable. We talked and laughed the whole time!

Scarlet V.

Brian went above and beyond for a photo shoot when I was featured on the cover of an industry trade magazine. Brian managed the entire process quickly, easily and with wonderful quality work.

Eric K.

Brian had a way of making me genuinely relaxed during our shoot. I could not be more pleased with the results!

Gavin F.

Brian was knowledgeable, kind, and helped my son relax during his senior portrait afternoon. Truly an incredible experience.

Headshot of Southridge High School senior boy in garden at Laurelhurst Park in Portland, Oregon.
Audrey J

Brian Pasko is the real deal — a full-service photographer who has both outstanding technical talents and excellent interpersonal skills. His final portraits are absolutely beautiful — we will treasure them always.

Family portrait of Lake Oswego high school senior and her parents at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
Shelly M.

We have three little ones who can be difficult to get to sit still, but Brian was extremely patient during the photo shoot and we now have beautiful pictures of our family hanging on our walls!

Family portrait taken along a fence at Powell Butte Nature Park.
Annie S