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Adrienne Taylor – Contributing Photographer

“I was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and moved to Raleigh in 2002. I love the area and especially enjoy the growing downtown scene. I began my journey as a photographer in November 2007, while taking a photography course at Wake Technical Community College. I love exploring new places, meeting new people, and documenting what I see around me.”

A selection of Adrienne’s work is hanging at The Village Deli in Cameron Village year round.

You can see more of her work on her flickr page.



Absolutely fabulous! I particularly LOVE all of the “Photoshop” ones! Brilliant! (Please don’t give too much info. on the internet — be careful what you put on here!) Love you and proud of you.

dan crocker

If you didn’t get a chance already , stop by the Ral City Museum and see the Portraits of Raleigh exhibit. As a photographer you will probably find interesting. Would welcome your feedback… I’m a board member. Also we will probably do something like this again and would love your participation.


Good for you Adrienne, keep following your dreams, and always say “I can.” Great work as always. Do you do individuals? I could use some new portfolio shots.


Hi daughter, good to see you are growing as a very good photographer and artist. Keep up the good work!
love you!


Hey thanks for making snappy at Slim’s Friday night!


Saw your pictures at Village Deli, they are incredible. That is great camera work.


Wow, she’s beautiful.


There are no rules for good photographs; there are only good photographs. ~Ansel Adams

These shots are sick, this chick has got the perspective, lighting, and position on lock!!!!

plus she is sooo hott!!!!


Adrienne’s fabulous notecards are now available at Quail Ridge Books and the Raleigh City Museum. Her talent is a treasure for Raleigh.

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