Meet the Team
andrew collings photography
Our people are the keys to our success, as they are to your company. With Andrew Collings Photography you receive a team effort every step of the way.
Owner and Principal Photographer
Andrew grew up in Europe, always the kid with a camera. Life in Chicago began with Northwestern University and professional photography right after college. His clients span the USA and Canada. Photography has always been central to his life, second only to his wife Amy and son Max.
Photographer & Production Manager
Dan was born in Bayreuth, Germany, but grew up in St. Louis. He received his BA in photography from Columbia College Chicago and enjoys shooting along the city’s lakefront. When not working hard for the Andrew Collings Studio team, Dan likes to fly fish, skateboard, and spend time with his two children.
Despite growing up in sunny southern California, Brian says he doesn’t miss the weather. He studied studio art at Willamette University in Oregon, where he first started on his path to photography over 20 years ago. Brian loves the city and welcomes the challenge of making great photos no matter where he’s working.
Tony grew up in Youngstown, Ohio and studied archaeology and Japanese language and culture. Now, working as a photographer, he finds that one of his favorite places to shoot is under the L tracks, where the light often moves in interesting ways.
Meghan grew up in Houston and first moved to Chicago to attend Northwestern University. After a four-year stint in New York City, where she attended graduate school for journalism and the International Center of Photography, she returned to Chicago. Outside of the studio, Meghan works as a photographer for Chicago’s professional ultimate frisbee team, the Wildfire.
Sales Manager and Videographer
Juan was born in Miami but raised in Colombia, where he developed an intense interest in visual storytelling. After earning a degree in film and visual arts, Juan moved to Chicago, where he enjoys photographing the busy streets in the Loop.