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commercial photographer

My client work from 2017

 

2017 was a year where I focused on my family’s health needs so I was really surprised to see how much work I had actually created for clients. I don’t feel like I ‘worked’ one day the whole year. It feels like the older my kids get, the more they need support from me and the more I really appreciate and enjoy my career and the people I get to work with. Maybe it’s supposed to be that way…

I See Things Differently

The anatomy of a final select
All of my published images have been color corrected and retouched ie: “created in my mind’s eye,” and are not straight out of the camera. I’ve spent years perfecting my style of loose and carefree images that professionally fit into a tight layout with exacting details for my clients. However, it often feels like my style is caught…

photography with a purpose

For many years I’ve written about doing photography with purpose. The idea that you can choose what you photograph and consider how you add images to the glut of the photographic collective is a curious perspective. More often than not, I have had a hard time making personal work that basically was the same thing that everyone else has already done like the dramatic B&W landscape with a figure off in the distance, the portrait of an acquiescent girl with pouty lips and flowing white dress…

brand refresh

I spent the last 4 months working with two talented professionals at Wonderful Machine to update my commercial photography site and brand identity. It has been the most wonderful experience for me and definitely a milestone. I have always been resistant to hiring a consultant to help me with anything because my husband specializes in branding and design. But after years of not being able to connect with him due to busy schedules and his need to not talk…

. every moment matters

 

I recently worked on a wonderful commercial project for DGWB Advertising. I created still images for an animatic that they were using to illustrate an idea for a TV commercial to present to the Board of Directors for St. Joseph’s Hospital.

The story is about a woman who has recently been very ill and was just released from the hospital. She wakes up to hear a clatter of noise and voices in another part of her home.

She walks out to…

monk

I consulted a fledgling photographer several years ago before I started the little riddles and he just got in touch to update me with his latest portfolio. I knew right away when I saw Kyle Monk’s work way back then when he had just graduated CSUF that he had talent. A special talent, vision and viewpoint that not every photographer has. His work has really evolved and matured and is some of the best work I’ve seen lately. It…