About JC Burdine
She sees the world cinematically with the color sense of a fine arts painter.
Honing her photographic eye as Creative Director on prestige fragrance for Grey Europe, JC Burdine has been responsible for shoots all over the world and learned from world-famous photographers-- driving down Sunset Strip at midnight with cameras on the hood of a car in L.A., shooting beneath the the oculus in the Pantheon in Rome, or for a portrait session in Stockholm.
As a graduate in fine arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art, JC Burdine learned the color theory in painting which she would evolve in her photography with large scale photographic imaging and proprietary use of photoshop for compression of color.
JC works closely with each client. Whether the subject is a six foot wall installation for a majestic beach house, a choreographed series of smaller framed images for an impactful grouping or a portrait session for a beloved pet or family member--the end result speaks for itself.
Did you know?
JC Burdine has seven children's books to her credit illustrated by her photos, which serve to fuel fundraisers for animal rescue organizations across the country.
She also directed and shot the 90 minute documentary, "In the Shadows of Grey Gardens," an update on friends and family left in the wake of Big and Little Edie Beale of East Hampton as seen in the film "Grey Gardens" shot in 1975 by the Maysles brothers.
Formerly a painter working from her studio in Soho, NYC, JC was known for canvases as large as 8 feet square, mixing her own paint from raw mineral pigments to create intense levels of colors.
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All images in this template are used with permission from JC Burdine