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Born in New York the artistic eye of Lorraine Boogich is heavily influenced by the urban East Coast. Since moving to South Florida in 2001 Lorraine Boogich has been photographing and capturing the world. In December 2007 she completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Creative Photography at Barry University, located in Miami Shores, FL. She has also studied visual effects & motion graphics at Miami International University of Art & Design and earned her Associate of Science degree in film and video at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL. Currently she is a graduate student pursuing a Masters of Fine Art in photography at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

Although her vision is medically considered "monocular" she chooses to see the world in full frame, preferably with a 4x5” View Camera. Her architectural series, Positive and Negative appeared in the May/June 2007…

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Born in New York the artistic eye of Lorraine Boogich is heavily influenced by the urban East Coast. Since moving to South Florida in 2001 Lorraine Boogich has been photographing and capturing the world. In December 2007 she completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Creative Photography at Barry University, located in Miami Shores, FL. She has also studied visual effects & motion graphics at Miami International University of Art & Design and earned her Associate of Science degree in film and video at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL. Currently she is a graduate student pursuing a Masters of Fine Art in photography at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

Although her vision is medically considered "monocular" she chooses to see the world in full frame, preferably with a 4x5” View Camera. Her architectural series, Positive and Negative appeared in the May/June 2007 issue of View Camera Magazine and was the first of many publications.

As a child Lorraine expressed herself creatively through visual art, drama and dance. Within she finds there is an innate force of imagination that drives her to produce constant artistic output. Over the years her desired choice of media has evolved but she is always motivated to create. Driven to express, Lorraine continually strives towards professional and personal growth.

“The work I create is often simply a reflection of the impression left upon me by my physical surroundings. Often I try to expose hidden beauty in the mundane and sometimes ordinary. Experimentation and my attraction towards the eccentric push me to look beyond the surface in order to capture the true essence of my subject whether it is living, natural or man-made.”

For more information visit www.Boogich.com.

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