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Karen Winterholer

Karen Winterholer

08/22/13

Fine art photography. To see more of her work, please go to her web site www.maiadesigns.com

Carolyn Corrigan

Carolyn Corrigan

03/14/14

The history behind Carolina Moon Photography……


I would say the many moments in the my past really helped shave a path for me to realize this was a craft I always loved.  Photography has always been a gift I seem to possess with lack of vision.  With that obstacle it helped me not just see it but feel what I had in mind when I took the picture.  I am very thankful my late grandfather always referred to me as flash Corrigan (laughs) even if by the flash of the camera I scared the crap out of family members back when.


Besides the use of cameras for photos I would also be fascinated with video cameras so I also thank those who owned them for the experience.  When I was younger I remember I volunteered with family friends if they needed a break or extra video footage they let me.  I guess like with everything else I was always very creative and different with presentations. The final project or the viewing with family after I hae done it they always thought I had crazy ideas well with me I just never do anything serious.  Sometimes I have done serious stuff but there were more times you see my sense of humor be a large portion in anything I did.  You got to have fun with what you do both by video and photography.


The name for my photography Carolina Moon had been developed over a year ago.  I had heard a story of someone’s childhood memory.  My understanding within that memory they remembered this nickname being used by a family member quite often because of the relation of the name.  The memory seemed to be a strong memory very meaningful to the person who shared it with me.  My name had brought that memory to them and as kind of a connection they kept calling me that. I thought it was cute. When I heard the story I took the name to heart as just a way of realizing how special the friendship was. When I thought of this name with that respect I wanted to get permission to use it.  It’s never easy knowing who to share your most wonderful memories to I am honored and that is why I thought this name suited me well.


The many opportunities I have had that I continued to realize photography seems to be my niche were two years ago I did a video music photo slideshow for Bentley Commons Nursing Home as my way to try out a project I had in mind for maybe future possibilities.  When I first started out I had some wonderful ideas and it worked out well.  Also made me realize when I put my mind on something I also want to make sure I follow through and reliable especially with transportation adjustments.  The end result was surprising not only with the viewing of  the movie was done more than once, I had a resident who had lost her husband come up to me asking for a copy of the video to show her family.  She was also very emotional but it was a happy emotional seeing I had captured his last moments and for me had no idea it was his last days.  You have no idea whose lives you touch with that simple gesture. That was a moment very meaningful to me.


 


This is why I continue to pursue many different things with my photography.  I hope I have many more moments like these.

Tohis is a link to one of my video slideshows.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/3t1rml6oryg71og/FallFoliage.wmv?dl=0

You may also visit my website that has been launched as my portfolio of work at.
http://auntiec31.wix.com/photography-studio

Sharon Lefebvre

Sharon Lefebvre

02/01/14

My love of nature has always given me much peace and pleasure – be it time in my gardens, hiking throughout our amazing countryside or kayaking on our beautiful lakes and rivers. These gifts of place inspire me to describe it through my art – mosaics, photography and especially soft pastels. I have fallen in love with this delicious medium and with the joy of putting beautiful color and form to paper.
Contact me at September Hill Studio, Chester Vermont at
www.septemberhillstudio.com, and follow me on Facebook.

Nicole J Perry

Nicole J Perry

01/25/14

"You don't take a photograph, you make it." -Ansel Adams

Just as this iconic photographer inspired her at an early age, Nicole J. Perry is a landscape and nature photographer. A native to Walpole, New Hampshire, Nicole is a full-time graphic designer, with background in documentary filmmaking, particularly in cinematography. Nicole J. Perry is excited to make her mark in the visual arts. 

"My love and passion for the visual arts, photography, and filmmaking led me to Keene State College. Now a graduate with graphic design and film production, I have been blessed with many opportunities. I am excited to continue my career and use my skills in a professional setting. 
I also enjoy selling my photography (cards and prints) as a personal small business. Selling my works in places like Hannah Grimes and Vermont Artisians Designs is quite an experience; getting your work 'out there' and supporting local artists."

Check out my photography and other works on my website, facebook page
www.nicolejperry.com
https://www.facebook.com/nicoleperrystudios


Heather Reid

Heather Reid

12/28/15

A unique mix of photography & illustration

Emily Sodders

Emily Sodders

02/08/11

Color Pencil Portraits, Murals, and more!


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