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Bonnie Holland is represented by Marie-Anne at Velvet Artists. She has done work in editorials and beauty advertisements. Her previous clients in… Read More
Bonnie Holland is represented by Marie-Anne at Velvet Artists. She has done work in editorials and beauty advertisements. Her previous clients include: Bebe, Pasadena Water & Power, Dr. Scholls, Target, Rock the Runway, Nestle Coffee-Mate, Benefit, Nailtini, Liptini, Philips Zoom, Philip Press Master Jewelers, Temptu, Paul Michell, Spark, Michaels, Cleveland, Los Angeles, USA Weekend, Emerald, Grossmont Center, Citadel Outlets, and CaliforniaSciencCenter. The following is an exclusive interview with Bonnie. Of all the art forms in the world, why photography? As a child I always knew I was going to do something creative, I just didn't know what. I loved writing, dance, science and day dreaming. On a trip to Europe with a borrowed camera I fell in love. It was a whole new world, colorful and filled with shapes. I could not get enough, and I still can't. What inspires me? Elements inspire me. Color, shape, emotion and movement. Simple things that make life beautiful, a tender glance between two people, kindness, being in love, even something as lovely as a sheltering umbrella shielding us from the pelting roses. I love to think of the world as trying to be a beautiful place for us to inhabit. A place where all of our needs are taken care of, even the need to smile. What's missing from your career that could add to make it complete? Moving pictures! I am beyond excited at the idea that my charming little worlds can move. Who would ever want to leave? What am I looking for thru the viewfinder? Magic. Pure and simple, that moment when everything works together, the light, the models movement and that indefinable energy that captures a moment in time. A kodak moment. Do you do your own digital work? I think I live in one of the most exciting times in photography's evolutionary life. To be a part of the transition from film to digital shifts one's thinking from, "what can I shoot ?" to "what do I want to shoot s?" Creating the final image is one of the most rewarding experiences, like watching a flower bloom. At the end, when the final stroke, or filter, or item is applied or placed, you sit back in your chair, let out a contented sigh, and say, "I love it". That's when you know it is done. Read Less
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Bonnie Holland
Sample of Bonnie's work
To view more, visit: http://velvetartists.com/new_site_2010/Bonnie_Holland/bonnie_holland_gallery.html or http://www.bonniehollandstudio.com/
Bonnie Holland worked for Euro RSCG NY with talent Stacy London from “What Not To Wear”. It is Bonnie’s second shoot for Dr. Scholl and Stacy London. This time, shot at the Rivington Hotel in NYC.
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Marie-Anne at Velvet Artists:
323-899-4144 | marieanne@velvetartists.com
www.velvetartists.com