“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” ~ Aristotle
Welcome to Lois Bryan Photography and Digital Art..
I'm a photographer / photography-based digital artist living in the mid-Atlantic region of the US. My work can be found in homes and businesses around the world including images purchased by the ABC Television Network for the set of one of their most popular tv programs; 12 pieces used by The Mayo Clinic's for their 2013 promotional calendar; and 2 chosen by St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital for their 2014 Spring DC Gourmet Gala. Additionally, several of my images are on display at the Trillium Gallery in Saugerties, New York.
My images are based on the photographs I capture, mostly with Nikon cameras and lenses. Although my primary goal will always be to catch that perfect shot straight out of the camera, I also enjoy exploring the artistic and creative process as I work with Photoshop and other image editing programs. Still experimenting, still loving every minute behind the camera and still believing in the magic.
Be sure to follow my latest photographic and artistic doings and musings on my blog: http://1stangel.co.uk/loisbryan/
Some of my work is offered for selective rights-managed licensing ... if you see a piece that meets your needs and is not currently available, please feel free to contact me. They can be seen here: http://licensing.pixels.com/profiles/lois-bryan.html
I'm also available for model home / real estate photography. For a quick sampling of my work, you are welcome to contact me through this page for the password to my Model Home gallery. I work mainly in the Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia areas. Real estate professionals are welcome to contact me for terms and availability. Clients include Arcadia Communities, Borcz-Dixon, Lexin Properties, The Bryan Group, The Christopher Companies, Carl Freeman, Saxena Homes.
'And above all, watch, with glittering eyes, the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places.” ... Roald Dahl.