Brandon VOGTS

Brandon Vogts is a Los Angeles-based photographer specializing in residential and commercial interiors, luxury real estate, and architecture. Internationally published, Brandon’s work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Post, and other publications.

Born and raised in Kansas, Brandon moved to Los Angeles in 2013 to complete an apprenticeship with a renowned fashion photographer, an opportunity he could not resist. A couple months later, he met his first luxury real estate client, a friend whose photographer had just left town unexpectedly. “He called me and said, ‘I know you’re a photographer—but could you take photos of houses?’ I had no idea the wild ride I’d be in for, but it frequently occurs to me that I owe this direction in my career to that phone call.”

Brandon has spent the last three years specializing in interiors and architecture, combining fourteen years of photography experience, state-of-the-art equipment, and the latest in digital capture and post-processing techniques to produce compelling images of the highest quality. Brandon’s clients consistently affirm his professionalism, collaborative nature, and the sophisticated aesthetic of his work product. In between photo shoots, he enjoys eclectic music interests, plays the piano, and can regularly be found at the gym. Located in West Hollywood, he is available for assignments locally and worldwide.

As Seen In

Curbed LA
Dailymail.co.uk
Dream Homes International
Entertainment Tonight
Fine Homes and Luxury Properties
FrontDoor.com by HGTV
Forbes.com
Life & Style
Los Angeles Times
New York Post
News.com.au
People Magazine
PopSugar
Star Magazine
Today.com
Ventural Blvd Magazine
Wall Street Journal

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EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude
Baker University School of Professional & Graduate Studies

Associate of Applied Science, Business Entrepreneurship
Johnson County Community College - Emphasis in Photography, Marketing, and Interactive Media