Portrait of a Photographer ~ Annie Seip: Senses Photography
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Annie Seip - Senses Photography
Annie Seip from Senses Photography captures the rugged rail road track and true beauty of a woman all in one shot! Magnificent!
Annette Seip is a an award winning Mississauga based photographer. After many years in the field of science, graduating with an MSc from McMaster, she turned her talents to photography and digital art.
Annette’s work has been widely exhibited in Mississauga and Toronto, including Britain Street Gallery, Queen Gallery, Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts, Visual Arts Mississauga, Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, CONTACT Photography Festival, The Gladstone Hotel, The Royal Ontario Museum, Cooper's Fine Art Gallery, Wychwood Barns, Steam Whistle Gallery, World Salon, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibit, Port Credit Outdoor Art Show, VAM - Art in the Park, Oakville Art in the Park, The Wave Room, Pazan Gallery, Shadowbox Gallery, iMAGEMAKER gallery, the Guilty Dog, and Small Arms Building for Doors Open.
R.M. Vaughan described Annette’s "Ice Diamond" in the Globe and Mail as …"a photograph so dappled with liquid light, it could be mistaken for a Mary Pratt painting."
In 2013, Annette’s "Frozen Waterfall" dress designed with her "Icecicle" photograph printed on material was published in the Toronto Star for FAT 2013. Recent awards include Best Nature Photography 2012 Mississauga Camera Club, HM Award Photographic Society of America Competition 2012, Best Emerging Artist for Touched by Fire 2013, HM Greater Toronto Camera Club Nature Category 2013, Honorable Mention for the Creative Community Award at the Mississauga Martys 2014, Best Creative Photography 2014 Mississauga Camera Club.