Ann is a semi-professional photographer with exhibits across New York State and selected entries in several juried shows across the United States.
Ann says this about her work:
“With any photo captured by the camera, I believe the eye of the photographer should always be aware of that particular space in time when an unbelievable vision is waiting to be caught. Fragmented moments, an infusion of light, patterns and textures taken from unusual sources, or a passing glance or sudden movement – all are opportunities for a photograph to be taken, made eternal and infinite by the click of a shutter and the image recorded in the lens. Photos are meant to invoke the imagination of the viewer, and engage them through content and aesthetics. Some photos are ethereal and other-worldly; others are gritty and stark. If the viewer catches his breath, emits a sigh, or has that contemplative look on her face, the photographer has succeeded in truly capturing the essence of the subject.
“Although I am not a professional wedding photographer, I always have cameras, lenses, etc. on hand when I attend a wedding. Unusual moments during the ceremony, unique reception venues, or simply photographing a lovely gown, veil, or train from a different perspective can add dimension and distinction to a wedding portfolio. With my photo “The Train – White Ruffles,” the bride’s gown is portrayed as a waterfall cascade of white, symbolizing the age-old concept of purity and innocence.”
You can see more of Ann's work here: http://annparker.crevado.com/.