Beyond a Selfie – Creating Fine Art Self Portraits with Intention, Connection & Love with LeAnna Azzolini
LeAnna Azzolini is an adventure-seeking, outdoor enthusiast based in a small beach town in Southern California called Dana Point.
Motherhood is her main muse, she is known in the industry for her stunning self-portraits and she enjoys mentoring and guiding other photographers through their own journey in finding their artistic voice.
In this episode, we dive into the power & the purpose behind her intention to create legacy portraits for her daughter. And we unpack her advice on silencing your inner mean girl to get in front of the camera, getting over other people’s opinions & creating art for yourself, and how self-portraits truly are an act of self-love.
I loved this conversation and felt like it was my own permission slip to get over my own perfectionism, to take the foot off the gas, and let myself go create and be messy.
If you are someone who has struggled with your own perfectionism procrastination you are going to love this episode.
Discover more about LeAnna Azzolini
Bio: LeAnna is an adventure-seeking, outdoor enthusiast based in a small beach town in Southern California called Dana Point. Motherhood is her main muse and she enjoys mentoring and guiding other photographers through their own journey in finding their artistic voice.
She was named one of the Looks Like Film Artists of the Year in 2018 and 2019, a Voice Collection Finalist in 2018 and 2019, and is also the host of the new podcast called Curating the Curious.
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Keep an eye out for her new podcast called Curating the Curious
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