About Fire Oak Photography

Fire Oak Photography is based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Fire Oak Photography is owned and operated by Robert Denton. Fire Oak Photography offers wedding and engagement photography, family portrait and senior photos in Tulsa and surrounding areas.

Fire Oak Photography focuses on both traditional photographic styling and photojournalistic styling. This approach has proven to provide very rich and thorough coverage of the event. Rather than having only one style at your wedding, you have a photographer who is trained in both formal photography and the photojournalistic method.

Fire Oak Photography photographs many different types of events. Weddings are the most obvious type of event we cover, but we also can cover your Retirement Party, Birthday Party, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Quinceanera, Child's Sporting Events, or any other event you would rather spend your time being part of while we take the pictures for you.

We also provide portrait photography. We typically focus on environmental style photography, meaning we like to shoot our clients in their houses, their work, or other location special to them. If it is Senior Photos you are looking for we have many great locations where we take photos for you. We can also provide the traditional "head shots" for any aspiring actors or actresses. Finally, we do not limit our portraits to just people. Actually, we love taking pictures of our client's pets.

About the Photographer

Robert Denton

Robert Denton has been studying photography for more than twenty years. He started when he was in middle school by attending a prestigious and highly selective photography program each summer for three years. After he graduated the program he returned to teach for two additional years until he attended college. While in college he worked for the University of Oklahoma Yearbook and for the Oklahoma Daily Newspaper. While working as the Photo Editor he was nationally recognized for his sports photography. Robert graduated with a B.A. in Journalism and has continued to refine and perfect his photography.