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Rianna has been taking pictures since she sent away for her first “Brownie” with a coupon off the Kellogg Cornflakes Box. She was probably 8 years old.
To her, ' Photography Is A Work Of Art' ---And her motto has been --- “So hire an Artist.” She loves working with people and has shot countless wedding and portrait sessions over the years.
Her PASSION is travelling, “seeing” new landscapes, peoples and places that can touch her heart and make it sing through the medium of her photographic images.
Her LOVE is Flora and Fauna in all shapes and sizes, but her favourite species of “critters” to try to capture are Alligators and Crocodiles, and the occasional “Big Snake”.
Her STIMULATION AND ENTHUSIASM comes from the support her husband and best friend gives to her as they explore and capture images together.
Her INSPIRATION comes from the world around her, from children and innocence to the gritty side of life, from the abstract and nefarious to the sublime and the ridiculous. This can be readily seen in some of her different Galleries and the work she has posted there.
Rianna is a Professional Photographer and a member of PPABC/PPOC, CAPA and WPPI, and currently is on the Executive of the Langley Camera Club as their Club Statician , taking care of scorekeeping statistics, awards and judges. She was the Secretary of the Pacific Zone for CAPA and was the Assistant Editor for the IN FOCUS magazine for PPABC. — regularly contributing articles and interviews for the magazine.
She won a $500.00 scholarship award with CAPA, and has had many prints that have hung in the Provincial and National Salon Competitions.
She won the Fuji Masterpiece Award, received her first Accreditation Award and recently was published in Canadian Geographic as the Photographer of the Week.
She works with the Nikon D300 system. By consistently taking courses and workshops, she is always seeking to improve her technical skills and learn the skills associated with Fine Art Photography and ways to expand her creativity.
She has recently been experimenting with the brave new world of painting her images and there is so much to learn and so little time, but it truly gives her a great sense of accomplishment to see what she can create on the canvas of the computer.
Rianna has recently retired and is currently living with her husband in the Dominican Republic. There they are doing a missionary work, enjoying being back in Spanish again and working with the humble and oh so friendly Dominican people.