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Gabrial Reising is an undisciplined, light seeking photographer based out of Longmont, Colorado. After moving from the Midwest and making Colorado her home 18 years ago, Gabrial has been on a mission of Capturing Inner Light.As a self-taught photographer from the darkroom through this chaotic digital age, she approaches photography with the philosophy of a single rule: Be open. She believes that rules only serve to confine both the artist and the viewer. Gabrial’s work invites the viewer to open, quiet the mind and experience the world with their heart. To experience a world where everything is possible, and the lines between reality and fantasy are effectively blurred, distilling a moment down to an experience of love. Whether in the reflection of a stunning sunset, the decaying face of an old barn or in the shadow of a smile, Gabrial holds to a truth that everything carries within it a light, a light that is the very spark of our existence. A light that binds us all in this humbling mutual experience with love. If we can be open to experience of moment of love in a photograph, imagine what else is possible.
To experience Gabrial’s offerings, please visit: www.goldencirclephotography.com
“Working with Photo Craft is the easiest part of making my visions materialize. Always professional, personal and efficient, Photo Craft is a pleasure to work with and the quality of their products always exceeds my expectations. Truly a partnership in vision.”
|Joanna B. Pinneo
Trained as a photojournalist Joanna B. Pinneo spent 34 years in 66 countries shooting global life with unguarded courage and intimacy, ten of those years with National Geographic. An accomplished storyteller, she has the compassion, patience and skilled determination to give nothing less than vivid truth in every frame. Her work is a respectful portrayal of humanity and dignity of people around the world.
Though her many overseas assignments are markedly different, the goal is often the same, to promote understanding between people and among cultures. “Photography really has been a miraculous thing for me, to open up the world and bring those kinds of connections to people. I really love photographing people in their daily lives. I just try to see what emerges.”
Joanna’s photograph of a child sleeping with its mother in Mali, West Africa made the cover of National Geographic Magazine and the book Women Photographers at National Geographic. She received a NPPA/Nikon Documentary Sabbatical Grant to develop her project Grrlstories; work dedicated to giving adolescent girls a voice. Joanna is part of Ripple Effect Images, a group of photographers who document the programs that are empowering women and girls, photographing their daily life as they battle to save the family and their community, especially as they deal with the devastating effects of climate change.
“I have worked with Photocraft for over fourteen years and my fine art prints and digital drum scans have always been of the highest quality. It is the only lab I use to print my signature image of the mother and child in Mali that was the cover of National Geographic Magazine.”
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