Fine Art Photographer

Harper Slusher


Beauty isn't only found the profound moments. It's also very present in the subtleties that are often overlooked.


When I was first starting photography, I was drawn how I could show people how I saw the world. I loved seeking beauty in the mundane to bring light to the beautiful world we live in. It's easy to become accustomed to the beauty that surrounds us, but photography is a way of making the world stand still so that we can take a step back.


I've been a professional photographer for almost 5 years now and I still get excited about every opportunity I have to photograph. My goal is to use the medium of photography to create artistic work that you'll treasure for many years to come!

let my lens tell your story.

​my story

If you'd like to see more work, browse my Portfolio.

On January 8th, I will be leaving my 'normal life' to go serve on a 6-month mission trip that travels to Haiti, Jamaica, and Belize. ALL profits from photo sessions go directly towards funding this journey. My team will spend about 2 weeks serving in Harlem, NY before heading out of the country to spend 5-8 weeks living and serving in each international location.

Our team will be serving in a variety of ways depending on the specific needs of each community. We partner up with local leaders, schools, churches, and ministries to identify the real needs of each community so that we can create a sustainable positive impact. Whether that means working at a soup kitchen, helping teach English to children, completing work projects, or helping lead a VBS. 


If you'd like to learn more about the journey or donate, please click here.

In the News

My work has been featured in numerous local and national magazines such as The Waxhaw Equestrian, Haflinger Horse Magazine, and The Paso Fino Horse World.


In 2015, I received the great honor of having one of my photographs displayed in the former vice-president, Joe Biden's house.


In January of 2016, NBC Charlotte aired a story featuring my photography business. In addition, the Enquirer Journal published an article highlighting my work on January 3rd, 2016.