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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.

9 Comments:


Mum
03/19/2009

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
03/23/2009

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.

Justin_C_Doppler
06/16/2009

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.

DAD
09/23/2009

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

Eric
01/31/2010

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

Erik
04/15/2010

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

spooky
04/15/2010

Wow, she’s beautiful.

KNOWLEDGE
09/26/2010

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!!!!

Mum
02/08/2011

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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