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The idea of Identity Productions was juggled around for months on end before we put it into action. On an erase board at eleven o'clock at night, upwards of 40 different names were written down. Our small startup company that the two of us wanted to begin was just a slight idea, but by the end of the night we had crossed out 39 names and chosen the one that we wanted to build our business around.




The simple, yet heavy word, sat on the board circled while all its other competitors had been crossed out. It was the word we wanted to model our business after. Identity is something complex, yet so simple at the same time. We both agreed that the word identity embodied not only what we wanted to do with our work, but also who we are as individuals.


We aim to help our clients find their own sense of identity through every event or session. We hope to impact, involve, and include all people through a special way of capturing moments and we want every walk of life, every race, and ethnicity, and every viewer to feel impacted and moved by any work that we produce. 



Clay Cunningham graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in Journalism. He first discovered his love for videography when he picked up a camcorder in his first Broadcast class in high school. Clay has a unique approach of capturing moments. He wants viewers to feel connected to his work and he wants his work to leave a lasting impact on whoever watches it.


Clay has a passion for story telling through video and loves to make people emotionally feel his work. In Clay's wedding work, he believes in edits that make the day seem long, but well worth reliving. Clay takes the time to color-grade and edit each wedding based off of the feel that the wedding itself had.

If Clay isn't shooting a wedding, you can find him watching and talking about whatever sport is in season. Although basketball is his first love!



Delaney Osbourn graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She first picked up a camera in high school in her Fundamentals of Journalism class. Delaney loves being able to tell a whole story with one single picture. She has a unique view on memories and capturing pure and genuine moments for people to be able to cherish for life. Delaney is a socialite and loves meeting new people and helping them remember their life's special moments. 

In Delaney's wedding work, she believes in natural edits that enhance the photos she captured from the wedding day itself. She focuses on editing each wedding according to the tone she received from the wedding's overall feel.

If Delaney is not shooting a wedding, you can find her watching sports with Clay too! Basketball was also her first love.

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