Collections Tastes vary greatly when putting together the perfect senior portrait package. Some people want a billion wallets, and others just want a few 4x6s to send to their family. I use print categories in my collections to give you more custom control of your print purchases. See what options there are in each […]
Olivia and I went out to make some senior portraits recently. These were taken between Olivia’s home and the Varina district of Fuquay-Varina. She let me know that she wasn’t crazy about being in front of the camera. I thought she must be messing with me because she was so easy to work with and […]
My good friend, El, was back for her annual Christmas card portraits this year. These aren’t the card photos, oh no. The card photos are something else. As they always are. These were just some nice shots to accompany the card shots. I really love these short little sessions in studio. The photos are always […]
This family of 15 was an absolute pleasure to photograph. We headed out to Harris Lake in Holly Springs, NC the day after Thanksgiving to make some family photos. I’ll be the first to admit that in the past, the thought of photographing big groups was one that had me a little on the sweaty […]
This is the second time I’ve had the pleasure of photographing L.C. The last time was for her 9 month old portraits. She’s grown so much since then! I’ve seen her around town a few times on walks with her parents or while shopping at the Growers Market. She’s always all smiles and sweetness, so I […]
I'm Jebb Graff. My wife is Jessica Graff. This is our company where we make and do things that fall under the term, creative. I offer professional photography and creative services, while she makes quality, handcrafted jewelry.
What We Do
We're really proud of our Photobooth for weddings and events. It has a new name too! Photobooth by Graff Creative is now Mr. Goodbooth. I absolutely love photographing people, from child portraits to professional headshots. The clean, crisp styling of modern commercial photography is something I pull from in my portrait photography. While I appreciate vintage photographs, I shoot for the present. No fancy effects. No fake dust and scratches. Just the subject and the viewer.