Jamie started doing photography in 1986 when a friend persuaded him to buy a Pentax ME Super. He shot an awful lot of film over the years, but always found it limiting because of the difficulties of post-processing and printing film (not to mention the cost). He got his first digital camera in 1998, a Kodak 1.2M pixel DCS120. He rapidly found he was using the digital camera in preference to his SLR, even in situations where the SLR (by then a Canon EOS100) would have been better because of the sheer convenience of digital pictures. In 2001 he took the plunge and bought a digital SLR, a Canon D30 but kept the EOS100 film body just in case it didn't work out. He never used the film body again, the D30 was that good! When the 10D came out he traded the D30 and EOS100 bodies for it. A succession of EOS digital SLRs have followed.
The main person in DigitalPicy is Jamie, our photographer and general IT whizz. You may also talk to Andie who makes sure that Jamie keeps his feet on the ground and actually does some of the boring bits of the job i.e. the bits that don't involve taking pictures and talking to customers.
At DigitalPicy we use a completely digital workflow to produce our pictures. We believe this approach gives us the ability to offer our customers the highest quality of work at very competitive prices.