Sincere Storytelling – Unpacking the Creative Process with Jessica Drossin

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Have you ever wondered what goes into the incredible Art that Fine Art Portrait photographer, Jessica Drossin creates? 

In this episode we unpack Jessica’s creative process and what truly goes into creating Authentic storytelling art.  

We talk about how she comes up with concepts, and the importance of big picture thinking when it comes to your photography. 

Jessica shares her advice and wisdom on the importance of creating art from an authentic place, the power of personal projects, action-shaming, and why it is imperative to look within to learn and grow. 

She shares that what makes you different might just be your superpower,  and that by creating interesting & intriguing art, there is room for everyone. 

If you find you are someone that struggles between the dance of standing out & fitting in, this episode is for you.

Discover more about Jessica Drossin

Website: www.JessicaDrossin.com
Facebook Group: JessicaDrossinEducation 
Instagram: @Jessica_Drossin
Twitter: jdrossin
Pinterest: jessicadrossin
Flickr: jessicafressica


Bio:
Jessica is a portrait photographer obsessed with stories. I also create actions, textures and overlays to help other photographers realize their creative visions. 

She is self-taught in Photography, Jessica has had her work published internationally in magazines, books and with entertainment clients including Lucas Arts. Jessica has a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art (Painting), and has worked for video game companies such as Blizzard Entertainment. A professional photographer for eleven years, she has won numerous awards, including the 2013 Emerging Professional Fine Art Photographer from Digital Photo Pro Magazine. Her projects range from documenting a scoring session for the film, “Red Tails” in Prague to creating book cover art worldwide. Her work has been featured in issues of such magazines as Digital Photo Pro, Wedding Nouveau, and Practical Photography magazines. She shoots with a Canon 5DSr, and specializes in capturing and retouching portraits with natural light using her own presets, actions, overlays and textures.

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  1. Debbie kay Hughes on May 14, 2020 at 8:30 am

    Hi Jessica I had no idea that you are a STAR In photography WOW the achievements!!!!! I’m so interested in knowing more from you!!!!!

    • Erin on May 15, 2020 at 2:05 pm

      Isn’t she amazing?! I am a huge super fan!!!

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