If you're working hard to make a positive social impact, I want to help.

I work with organizations and individuals that address education, health care, sustainability, the arts, and those deprived of essential resources or services.  I am proud to have built my business around the missions of these culturally and socially based organizations.

Most of my clients reside in the non-profit sector, so I understand how tight budgets can be. I believe that supporting the mission of an organization I am passionate about is more important than money,  and if my skills can be of service to your organization, I want to be involved. Because of this, in many circumstances, I offer the flexibility to “pay what you can”.  Whether your organization is undergoing a rebranding campaign, in need of new headshots, events documented, or content for an annual brochure, you can be confident that I will provide you with professional photographs at a price you can afford.

(side note: Sometimes I do corporate gigs. Regular rates apply).

If you are interested in learning more, give me a call so we can discuss the scope of your project and devise a viable strategy to achieve your objectives. If you are not a phone person, send me an email and we can get the conversation started that way.

We all know how annoying telemarketers and email spammers are.  Listing my number out this way below helps keep them away.  I have faith you'll figure it out.

phone: two15-five19-four167

email: chris(at)chriskendigphotography.com

Below is a list of all the great people and organizations i've worked with:






The Arts & Business Council of Philadelphia
The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia
The Accessible World Conference
ACLU of Philadelphia
The Terri Lynne Lokoff Foundation
The Spruce Foundation
Parents Advisory Network - NICU
American Society of Pension Professionals
Delaware Valley Relocation Council
Liberty Lutheran Services
Excel Physical Therapy
Triumph Brewery
Khmer Gallery
Amada Restaurant
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
Body Restoration
G.O.A.L.S. Adventure Racing
Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers For The Arts
Weaver’s Way Co-op
Meil Patisserie
Moore College of Art
AIGA – (American Institute of Graphic Arts)   
Take The Lead Dance Studio
Walk Now for Autism Speaks
Liberty Lutheran
Tribe 12
YMCA of Philadelphia
Temple University
The National Kidney Foundation
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia
Lutheran Children & Family Service of Eastern PA
School District of Philadelphia
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Belmont Charter School     
The KB Experience
Art Star Boutique
Materials Conservation


One Energy Renewables
Sustainable Business Network
NHS Human Services
St. John of God Community Services
Catholic Social Services of Philadelphia
Abramson Cancer Center
Office of Adult Education, City of Philadelphia
J.A.G. Jr. Fund
Stoneleigh Foundation
Pennsylvania Resources Council
AIA Philadelphia
Net Impact
Delaware River Waterfront Corporation
PBS Newshour
Charter High School for Architecture & Design
Technically Philadelphia
Community Design Collaborative
Pennsylvania Innocence Project
Challah for Hunger
St. Edmond’s Home for Children
Open Source Mentorship Program (OSMP)
Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia
Main Line Family Psychiatry
Alvare Associates
McNeil Consumer Healthcare
Action Marketing Group
Design Philadelphia
Rock Bottom Brewery
Monarch Montessori
The Hacktory
Sustainable Communities Initiative
Education Works
Rock to the Future
Code for Philly   
The Center for Architecture & Design
Lutheran Social Ministries of NJ
Agahozo Shalom Youth Village, INC
Philadelphia Museum of Art