As part of our ongoing efforts to “give-back”, we have created a complimentary program to assist anyone running for public office with their need for quality photography.

Any person who files to run for city, county or statewide elected office is invited to schedule a complimentary campaign portrait session at our studio. We will consult with the candidate to plan the look they desire and schedule a photography session for them.

During the session the candidate will be able to review and select the photograph(s) they prefer. The candidate will receive one retouched digital file for use in their campaign. We will also provide a copyright release with the photograph so that it may be reproduced without limitation.

In addition to the complimentary session and portrait, candidates may, if they wish, purchase additional images at specially discounted prices.

Walsh Photographic Design is a full-service photography studio located in Park City since 1992. Walsh offers a complete studio equipped for both photography and audio/video production. In addition to photographic services, we can also provide sound recordings, interviews, and video production services.

This offer includes:

  • A complimentary professional studio photography session – a $249 value.
  • A complimentary digital file of the selected portrait – enhanced for best appearance.
  • A copyright release granting the candidate the right to reproduce the portrait without restriction in their campaign media materials, including on websites.

Terms of offer:

  • Appointments must be scheduled in advance and take place during normal studio hours, Mon-Fri 10am – 6pm. Call us at (435) 649-4523 to schedule an appointment
  • All appointment requests are subject to our availability.
  • Completed portrait files will be delivered via electronic means (email, Dropbox etc.) within one week of the photography session.
  • Requests for rush service will be charged at our normal “rush” prices.

If you know someone running for office, please share this information with them. If you have any suggestions on how we can spread the word, please let us know. Thanks!