I love what I do and I have had a camera in my hand since I was 5. What I enjoy the most is making that connection with the subject, the light and that moment when it all comes together. That aha moment. Transitioning from film in the early days to digital I have learned how creatively photoshop can alter reality but I still enjoy documenting the reality of the world around us. People are what I enjoy photographing the most, but I can document objects and products as well.
Laura B. Kozlowski graduated from Gettysburg College with a B.A. in English Literature and Studio Art. In 1998, after attending the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Laura turned her passion for photography into a business and opened her first studio in South Boston, Massachusetts.
During the advent of digital photography, Laura began educating others on how to make the transition from film to pixels. It was in 1999, when she made the transition to digital photography and helped the Boston Public Library launch their digital library for their extensive collection of artwork and literature with their first digitally photographed publication “American Art & Architecture of the Boston Public Library”.
In addition to photographing for Cornell’s Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, where she has had her images published in: Edward Metzgar’s Gem Collection, A Room of Their Own, the Bloomsbury Artist in American Collections, and Colored in the Years New Light: Japanese Surimono from the Becker Collection, her photography has been recognized nationally as well as internationally through a wide range of clients such as : Met Life, Equifax, Reebok, Cornell University, Harvard University, Time Life Books, The Art Museum of New York, ButcherBox, and Lightsource ....
In her spare time she enjoys cycling and being in nature. Contact her to see some of her nature/scenic images.
People, unity, events, product and real estate photography. Photoshop and editing work also available. www.laurakozlowski.com