Harman & Hall

We met c.2012 through mutual photographer friends, and Tim shot Brian's wedding in 2014. We've been buds ever since, forming Harman & Hall in late 2015. With over 30 years of combined experience, we approach each project with the proper know-how gleaned from a wide array of photography. Working together on most all of our shoots, we offer two sets of eyes to create the best possible images. Our partnership is unique and sets us apart from most. We'd love to work with y'all!

Tim Harman

My interest in photography began in my late teens. It was a hobby that turned into a serious hobby that became a career. With the encouragement of friends and family I began shooting professionally in 2006. Battled tested from shooting scores of weddings, I’m ready to take on any challenge.

I call Marietta, GA home along with my gorgeous wife of over 20 years, Bethany, and our three children, Luke, Eleanor, and Clara. We highly value loving Jesus and loving people. Things I like include classic Ford Broncos, making desserts, trail running, DIY projects of all kinds, and camping.

Brian Hall

After my Grandad handed me his camera when I was in middle school, I was hooked. I started my own company in 2009 with the focus being in Music, but grew into the Editorial and Commercial world as well. In 2010 I graduated from Gwinnett Tech’s Commercial Photography Program. Since the true start of my career, I’ve traveled the country twice on tour and completed a myriad of editorial and commercial work for some of the country’s top tier artists, magazines, and companies. You truly never know what is around the corner.

I married my beautiful wife Mattie in 2014, and we now have two amazing kids Ellie and Charlie. We have the best pup a man could ask for, our Boxador, Morty. We continue the tradition of being a loud house with a lot of personality. We love our town, the city of Marietta, and investing our time in our surrounding community. At home the music is up, the Braves are on, and there’s almost always a home improvement project half-way done in our 113 year old house.