Meet artist, Adrienne Maples.
Just over five feet tall, Adrienne may be small in stature but she makes up for it with her exuberant personality. Get her talking about photography and you can easily understand why families and businesses trust her, returning year after year. I sat down with Adrienne on her last visit to Savannah to ask her a few questions about her life & work.
Q :: You graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design more than a decade ago, what do you know about yourself as an artist now verses back then… when you were fresh out of college?
Adrienne :: Do you realize it’s already been 15 years?! Honestly, I am still learning about myself ‘the artist’ every single day. When I was ‘fresh’, I knew nothing. Perspective is something earned; which only mistakes and time will provide.
The trials of life ultimately make us who we are. It’s hard to know who you’ll become at 22. Learning to become a mother has changed me in ways I can’t begin to fully describe. But I can seen it throughout the evolution of my work.
Although there is one thing has not changed. That, my friend, is my love of creating beautiful images!
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Combining an exceptional blend of professionalism and impeccable artistry, Adrienne is widely recognized as an artistic master of light and life. While many photographers find themselves lost in the technology, Adrienne realizes that people – their lives – are the true subjects of her artistry. A happy life-long client observes, “Adrienne’s Southern charm, her spunk, pizzazz, and enthusiasm are a perfect match for creating such beautiful memories …”
Adrienne received her BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design, one of the most prestigious art and design schools in the country. Soon thereafter, she founded Adrienne Maples Photography, Inc., which ultimately launched one of the preeminent photography studios in the Southeast. Riding an ascending wave of national exposure after moving to Kansas City, customers regularly find her work featured on the covers of magazines like Skirt and Southern Bride. She also exhibits photographs in feature articles, magazines, newspapers, and advertisements. But with exposure and peerless artistry comes the industry accolades – and the industry is recognizing her work. She is an award winning member of both the WPPI (Wedding and Portrait Photographers International) and WPJA (Wedding Photojournalist Association) – an offer extended by industry professionals to the most talented wedding photographers in the industry.