I feel like my journey is just beginning, but honestly, I’ve been on this path—honing my skills in the visual arts—for quite some time. I bought a B&W darkroom with money from a summer job that I set up in my childhood home; was introduced to graphic design and photography in high school that set me off on a path in the commercial arts; I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design.
I’ve made my living as a designer (kelleyalbertdesign.com) ever since, but photography has always held a special place in my heart. Here in Raleigh, I picked up my camera again, shooting everyday objects for stock agencies, and shooting cities and towns across North Carolina for my blog, kelley-in-carolina.
With every tool I pick up, with every medium I explore, and with every assignment I take on, they all have a few things in common. They teach me something new and they sharpen my sense of color and space—all while keeping me challenged, curious and engaged.
My photos can be purchased (licensed) from the following websites:
SHUTTERSTOCK | DREAMSTIME | ADOBE STOCK | ALAMY | CAN STOCK