Lisa A. Harden
Providence, Rhode Island
“Not all those who wander are lost.”
Do you know the feeling of that first sip of water when you are parched? That feeling of pure quenching satisfaction? That is the feeling I get when I have a camera in my hand, my eye looking through the viewfinder, my finger on the shutter button, and the sound of the shutter curtain opening and closing in my ear — an essential need to feed my soul.
My love of photography didn’t start with the camera itself, though. When I was a kid, I was fascinated with the National Geographic magazine collection in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth-grade classroom. That is to say, I had an early appreciation for the photographs and the worlds they exposed. I was the type of kid that played alone and imagined being on an adventure. Therefore, most of these adventures involved me carrying around an 80’s TIME Magazine promotional 35 mm point and shoot, wandering the deep green woods of Tennessee, pretending I was a vagabond photographer for National Geographic.
During my time on earth, I lived in different places in the United States, from the west coast to the east coast and some places in between. So, I have an immense appreciation for the diverse cultural differences that this country emanates from, and I am thankful to have experienced them firsthand.
Seemingly, I love to travel. Although I’ve only traveled to a few places outside of the United States – I plan to travel more in my lifetime. While I’m not a photographer for National Geographic today, I still go out to find an adventure with my camera in hand – shooting whatever catches my eye and gives me that feeling of pure quenching satisfaction to feed my soul.
Lisa’s talent is more than evident in her work. She has the ability to work quickly and efficiently as well as make the photoshoot a very enjoyable experience. If you hire Lisa, you will not be disappointed with the results and will want to work with her again. She is a professional photographer in every sense of the meaning.