Hi, I’m Eddy

It’s exciting and humbling to know you’ve located my photography. I hope you will find something that speaks to you.

My first official camera was a Samsung NX300. As soon as I started taking pictures, I discovered this a part of myself that yearned for personal expression.

After being pulled into the photographer world, I realized this was one of few moments where I found peace. There is power in depicting hard-to-explain emotions in pictures.

In a fast paced world, let’s slow down and enjoy the artistic moments. I will always seek to be inspired and look for a way to reflect it in my works. I hope my published productions, as time goes on, satisfies a part of you.

As we work together, let’s have fun and create invaluable memories.

Endless Possibilities



Old Sport


Amaka and Simi

Desert Love

Sweet Appeal

digital photography

wildlife photography

best photography

product photography

fashion photography

candid photography

still life photography

Cinematography has always inspired me with its rich composition, gestures, and moods. Often while watching films from all over the world, I’ll say to myself “that would be a great picture.” I appreciate the odd details that they offer; they inspire me to never limit myself.

My work consists of multiple genres such as landscape, fine art, wedding, and even product work. Anything with adventure and purpose is a piece I want to be involved creating.

Asides work in the art department, I love drawing complex lines, shapes and curves, graphic design softwares, singing and beatboxing (if you think you got some rap or voice in you, let’s have a mini session).

Currently residing in Utah County, I grew up most of life in Nigeria. I am an Ibibio person which is from a rich coastal culture in southern Nigeria. A compelling and stunning culture that has made me obsessed with its social graces, style and food(it’s been rumored we have the best food and chefs in the world).

I stay busy and enlightened by traveling and observing different cultures, ideas, and arts.




Eddy Hilary Photography