This month’s feature photographer is Kimberly Harripersad. You can find her studio in New York where she does portrait (seniors, children, families, women), weddings, and boudoir work. Be inspired by how Kimberly works. Her friendships extend beyond those made with her clients, and include relationships made in the community.
Paulo Dias is a portrait photographer that works out of Lisbon, Portugal. Though he studied and worked in electronics as a computer technician, Paulo was able to feed his creative soul through the art of photography. In his piece you’ll be able to follow how he got started and what he does to find daily inspiration for his work.
Beata Moore is a well-published photographer and writer from the UK. She’s a landscape photographer with a focus on the woodlands and the sea. Much of Beata’s work can be found in books and other forms of printed publication. See how she got her start and grew her business.
Erin Rachel is a senior and family photographer based in Mississippi. She’s also a successful entrepreneur of multiple businesses. Reading Erin’s piece you’ll learn how it takes some time, determination and persistence to succeed.
Chris Winton-Stahle is a commercial photographer. He’s got some great words of advice on how he keeps his creative soul alive. It’s definitely worth a read!
Our friend John Bennett recently had a chance to talk with a remarkable man: Norbert Dey. While by profession Norbert is not a photographer, his work with the camera over the past 50 years is impressive. Look into how Norbert viewed his hobby and be inspired by the dedication he had for his passion.