Bubba Sellars is a freelance photographer, filmmaker and graphic design.
Growing up in the southernmost part of Oregon, he was surrounded by many walks of life – the farmers and ranchers, outdoorsmen, city folk, you name it – which helped shape who he is as a person and an artist.
"I don't recall the first time I snapped a photo with mom's disposable camera, or the first time I picked up a pencil, but I believe I was born an artist and I have become a creative director with experience."
He first made a name for himself shortly after he got serious with a camera, telling a pro motocrosser's career story through film – which went viral after being released to the public – and hasn't looked back since.
Over the years, he's worked on commercial projects with companies including TOMS and TIMEX, has photographed and filmed concerts for the Oregon Jamboree, Aaron Lewis and Slightly Stoopid, and has worked with personal clients to photograph weddings and portraits, documenting their lives.
"I love that I get to photograph and film people doing what they do; I get to document lives, tell stories and help create identities for brands for a living. It doesn't get much better that."
With each client Bubba works with – whether personal or with companies both small and large – his goal is to tell a story; to tell their story.
Bubba is currently based in Bend, Oregon and is available for hire around the world.