When working with Patricia, her investment in your success will become apparent. Having a genuine interest in your business, she enjoys hearing about your vision and interprets your needs and desires for future growth.
I believe our lives are enriched by art and Design. I also know the importance of artistic principles to capture the nuance of light, form, shape, and balance. I create images to express the feel of a space, that exemplifies the accomplishments of the creator.
How this all came about…
After years of working with designers, architects, and builders, it occurred to me there was more to taking portfolio shots than I thought. What was needed was to use creatively composed, intimate vignettes for interior designers, architects, and builders that would reveal a deeper level of their expertise and passion. This was an overlooked opportunity that could make a big difference in their marketing strategy. It would enhance how their clients and future clients perceived their work. When your client perceives your confidence, an element of trust is established even before the work begins.
I love to work with others that have a desire to connect with their ideal clients through their authentic voice. I show who they are with artistic interpretations of what they do. I am inspired to translate the soul of a space in a way that others see what the originator had envisioned. My photography is a blend of artistry and technology.
You can expect:
- Personal attention to the planning and execution of your project.
- Technical experience and expertise in staging, lighting, and in post-production.
- Images with an artistic sensibility so that your talent and credibility are communicated with eye-catching appeal.
- Contracts, property release forms, and business liability insurance giving you the peace of mind that you are working with a professional.
Ernest E. Briscoe, my Dad and I.
My Dad, Ernie Briscoe, influenced my work. He was my hardest critic and my best teacher, as he held me to the standards he achieved in his black and white prints. Dad was a Master of the Ansel Adams “Zone Method,” the art of producing crisp, clear tonality from black and white negatives. Having studied at the L.A. Art Center School in the early 1940’s, he learned the intense and time-consuming technique it took to develop negatives with visual acuity and artistic clarity. He taught me respect for the profession and shared his love for the art of photography.
I bring this passion, history, and practical experience to my commercial photography, and I carry forward the tradition of my Dad’s techniques, creativity, and inspiration. If you are one of my students, you’ll hear about my Dad. If you are one of my clients, you’ll receive a part of my Dad.