Jasmine Mayberry is a Durango, Colorado photographer, available for portrait, event, and wedding photography in Durango and the surrounding area, often with little notice, and available to travel as well with some notice.
Jasmine says: "I have been a lover of photography from a very young age. I'm happiest when I'm behind my camera, taking photos. I love the colors and light in the world around us, and Colorado is a beautiful place to be taking photographs. I love taking photographs on film, digital, and even with my iphone, which I use for most of my photo jewelry. Which you can view here at http://www.jasminemayberryphoto.etsy.com
I always have fine art and landscape projects I'm working on, or excited to work on soon.
I refuse to put myself in a box- I take pictures of just about anything! I don't specialize and I love it all."
Don't hesitate to call or email with questions or to schedule a photo session. Jasmine can take care of all of your photo needs!Showings and exhibitions:
Entropy Show, Open Shutter Gallery, Durango, CO January 2011 "Beauty in the Breakdown" and "The Helcaraxe"
Four Corners Color series- Rochester Hotel/ Leland House Bed and Breakfast, Durango, CO Jan 28, 2011- Feb 26, 2011
Four Corners Color displayed at The Lost Dog, Durango, CO March 2011-June 2011
"Exposure"- an open photography competition juried by Steve McCurry and Open Shutter Gallery, at Open Shutter Gallery, Durango CO Aug. 12, 2011 - Sept. 7 2011.http://openshuttergallery.com/exposure2011.htm
"Dark Arts: A Macabre Group Show" at Sideshow Emporium, Dolores, CO Nov. 12, 2011- Dec. 3, 2011 Original cyanotype prints by Jasmine Mayberry and artwork from other regional artists.
"Exposure 2012" Photography competition juried by Open Shutter Gallery and Craig Semetko. Nov 9 - Dec 6 2012, Durango CO.
Contact Jasmine to use her photos for commercial purposes.All images on this page are © Jasmine Mayberry Photography, 2010-2013. Use with permission only. Watermarks show on online images only, not on any photographs that you purchase.Song title: Under the Desert Moon, © Moe Cooley