Alan Grant isn’t just a photographer. He’s a visual problem solver. Whatever the assignment, Alan applies both a strong technical background and an imaginative eye to realize each client’s vision. Instead of imposing a fixed “style” on every assignment, Alan prefers a more laid back approach. He can take the lead and work alone, or take orders and work collaboratively. Whatever the project demands, Alan brings exceptional skill, as well as an ability to improvise under pressure. Alan has also invested in and mastered the latest digital technologies to satisfy the most demanding standards for image quality.
Alan has had a lifelong passion for photography. As a kid, he built a darkroom in his parent’s bathroom. In college, there was no question about what to study. He enrolled in the Rochester Institute of Technology as a photo major. A co-op job in his junior year was an eye-opener. “I was working as an assistant at a studio in Houston, Texas,” Alan recalls. “I was competing with professional photographers and doing work that was on a par with theirs. That’s when I knew I could succeed in this business.”
Alan’s professional career has taken him from commercial studios in Boston to the corporate world and, for the last eight years, to running his own studio. As a Connecticut-based artist, Alan’s client list includes Fortune Top 10 companies, ad agencies, designers, medical practices, and a wide variety of other clients.