Chris Ginn has been documenting the Louisiana outdoors and its people with his pen and lens for over 20 years.


There's a reason Louisiana is known as Sportsman's Paradise - the state is rich with fish, fowl, and game. If it swims, flies, or steps out in Louisiana, Chris has covered it for Louisiana Sportsman.  


Chris has a special connection with high school seniors that could come only from 20 years spent in the classroom. He will work with you to get just the look you want to capture your personality.


Family comes first in Louisiana, and Chris is dedicated to working with you and your family to capture timeless, heirloom quality portraits that will become the centerpiece of family rooms for years.

I am an editorial outdoor writer/photographer and portrait photographer. 

I write about and take pictures of fish, fowl, and game, and I take pictures of people.

Born in Bogalusa, grew up in Enon. My first 18 years were spent sheltered in Washington Parish. Uncle Sam broke me out of my shell with trips to Germany, Afghanistan, and Iraq.

I now live back where it all started on family land in Enon on the banks of the Bogue Chitto River.

My goal is to tell about and show the bounty of Louisiana's woods and waters and to show the beauty, grace, strength, perseverance, and enthusiasm of Louisiana's people.  

I focus on putting ordinary people in extraordinary settings reflective of their personalities. I look for a sense of life and motion in my work.

I am based in Franklinton, Louisiana, but I travel for projects all across Louisiana and Mississippi. I shoot a lot of high-school senior and family portraits as well assignments for Louisiana Sportsman magazine.