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Dance Photography for Cary Artists

Andrew Bowen Studios

Why do dedicated dancers from Cary travel to Greensboro for dance photography? A short drive can make a huge difference.

At Andrew Bowen Studios, I believe creating your dance photos can and should be so much more than just a photoshoot. Welcome to your creative dance retreat, where we focus on each dancer as a unique artist. You will receive the respect, support, time, and dedication necessary to grow as an artist while creating images that reflect your technical best and creative aesthetic. Andrew Bowen Studios is the fun, safe, and supportive space for you to craft the dance photos of your dreams.

It is your turn to celebrate the artist you’ve become with scroll-stopping creative dance photography, headshots that get you noticed, and audition photos that open doors.



Having the time and support to explore your art, try something new, or experiment with variations is the key to bringing a photograph to life. We all know that horrible feeling of running out of time; we do our best to make sure that never happens!

Teen ballerina in black swan tutu in 4th cambre.


Your unique story deserves a photographer who is willing to listen to you, who respects your vision, and who can translate your vision into the exceptional images that you deserve.

Let’s create art that represents who you are today, your journey, and who you are yet to become.


We are both artists; every photograph we create will beautifully portray your artistry. I’ll give you feedback on your dance, and if you think something in the lighting should be different, please speak up. You have a certified master photographer specializing in dance photography, entirely dedicated to your artistic vision. If you aren’t sure of your artistic vision, I’ll help you find what resonates most by asking questions and giving you options.

Contemporary Dance, Jazz, Lyrical, or Classical Ballet (or a bit of each), we create so much more than a photo… We create art.

Dancers from Cary and Beyond Talk About Creating Dance Photography with Andrew

And now a word from our clients…

“I leave with a sense of confidence about who I am.”
– Chloe

“I feel that I am a better dancer.”

“Andrew made my daughter feel comfortable and empowered every step of the way.”

“When I look at that photo, it reminds me why I dance.”

He worked with my dancer on her thoughts and the creative process she wanted. The photos are absolutely gorgeous!.”
– Emily

“Andrew made me feel empowered.”

“He listened to what my daughter wanted and then adjusted to achieve what she was looking for.”

He understands dance technique and is committed to creating work that both he and the dancer are proud to share.”

“He understands where we’re coming from as dancers.”

“I appreciate your direct and honest feedback – it was needed to get the caliber of photos you captured..”

“He really collaborated with her and captured truly inspired images that reflected her personality.”

” We left feeling positive and confident about the future.”

The shoot was completely focused on her and Andrew worked with her to create the outcome that she wanted as a dancer..”
– Jameka

“The way you treated my dancer showed compassion, knowledge and understanding.”

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Contemporary Ballet Photography stylings in an Esmerelda Midnight Tutu from Tutu.Com. Sassy post and fierce look with a mane of red hair.
UNCSA HS Student in an Esmerelda Midnight Tutu from Tutu.Com. Sassy post and fierce look with a mane of red hair.
Gracefully beautify classical ballet photography all in white against a light grey background.
Graceful classical ballet photo of Karina Z. of Triad International Ballet
Contemporary Dance Photography stylings in pointe shoes using a sock made of stretch mesh fabric.Contemporary Dance Photography stylings in pointe shoes using a sock made of stretch mesh fabric.Contemporary Dance Photography stylings in pointe shoes using a sock made of stretch mesh fabric.
Contemporary Dance Photography stylings in pointe shoes by Petyon Lily of Columbia City Ballet.
Powerful jump in in black on black with Amaya of UNCSA Contemporary Dance.
Contemporary dance photo of dancers rising up on back of feet in a suplicative pose.
Contemporary dance photo of UNCSA dancer.
Contemporary female dancer in a straddle jump looking off to the right side with hand flexed inward.