I have found a deep connection with fine art photography.

I am a conceptual photographer, based in NE Oregon. What started 6 years ago, has turned from something new and fun, to a passion that has connected with my soul. 

I work within both a digital and film environment. My “go to” is a Nikon D7100 and for medium format, Bronica SQ-ai.

I draw my inspiration from photographers like Sally Mann, Ryan Muirhead, the weather and even my mood. I am comfortable in a plethora of genres but have found a deep connection with fine art.

LIFE IS AN ART, NOT A SCIENCE!

Chantell

Commissions

Portrait sessions begin at $300. I require a 50% non-refundable retainer to book your session. Please contact me for a phone consultation and shoot brain storming session. I specialize in fine art conceptual photography, each session is custom quoted.

featured work

Gothesque Magazine, Gothesque Jr and Dye Magazine are a few magazines I have been published in over the years. My first publication was Gothesque Magazine’s July 2013 issue. During 2013, I was also a part of the Oregon Historical Society’s Project Dayshoot.  July 15, 1983, numerous photographers spent a 24-hour period capturing daily life across the state of Oregon.

This venture was called, Project Dayshoot and produced a book, One Average Day.  For the 30th anniversary, original and new photographers collaborated images throughout Oregon. I was one of the new contributors and covered Umatilla and Morrow counties. My work was featured in project related articles and exhibits throughout Oregon.

STOCK PHOTOGRAPHY

Stock Photography available through ADOBE STOCK.

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