GenelLynne is an Atlanta Native, artist and film lover! GenelLynne lives in the bustling heart of the south with her Cat “Avocado". She has a wild and free spirit, and believes in being intentional with every aspect of her life.
In her own words:
"Its a process- something I can use to create and capture timeless images that can be kept forever in more than just digital copies. I love capturing life, in all of its rare, beautiful, and vibrant moments. From the start to the end, wether I’m photographing your portraits, documenting the need in Peru, or any of the other magnificent moments in life; you will know that each image was taken with care, catching the little things that make life beautiful and worth while."
Send me a line- I’d love to chat and get to know you!
Still curious to know more about me and my history with photography?
Well, I like strawberries, little cats and big dogs, neutral colors, natural wood, and anything crafted or leather. I love people, and I love honesty.
My unique shooting style is a mix of editorial and photo journalism. My ability to direct a photograph (while still documenting and keeping the emotions true to life) sets me apart from other photographers in the industry today.
I was first drawn to photography at the age of 10, and began shooting weddings at the age of 14. I am in love. At 16 I began to adore fashion and editorial photography. As I realized my passion, I began to study what makes a good image and looked at how and why certain photographs impact me. I now love working with real people, teaching them how to feel beautiful and comfortable with themselves through posing and directing, and using natural light to tell a story.
In 2017 I've decided to dedicate a huge part of my life to helping those in need. Its starting with orphans in Peru, but I don't know where this will take me. I'm hoping to travel, helping those in need, as well as document the beauty and need of those I'm meeting every day.
Today, these are my strengths. I am comfortable in my medium (film), and in my own skin. I have vision for my photos, and I can make them come to life through the emotions and beauty that I always see in people.