SEEING IS MY CRAFT
photography is the main channel of my spirited ability to dive to the depths as naturally as I soar and assume the shape of the wind, bringing what deserves | needs | wants to be seen to the surface. I work as an artist and intuitive photographer in this manner with my client and personal work as well as with other mediums. While currently based in Central Texas, I am available for travel world wide. Here's a navigation of all things J.Genevieve:
- I offer a glimpse on social media. The story I'm building there is intriguing to follow, but I use that space mostly to listen, learn and reflect back perspectives.
- Patreon is the best place to begin to connect with my work and engage with me. Behind the scenes views of the process, writing, images and a virtual guided intuitive art practice are all perks of being a VIEVEpatron subscriber.
- Client photographic projects are always open and available.
- Art beyond my client work is featured here on the site and is equally intuitive, process oriented and photographic based. Shape Shift, initiated at the end of 2019, is my current long term project and is an exploration of the process of possibility when we are centered in our true nature and connect with others from that place. The ride has been wild and my goal is to present the full body of work early in 2023. You can follow the progress on my Patreon platform.
UNDERNEATH IT ALL
J.Genevieve is unearthing a creative ecosystem that offers support, access and equitable space for expansion, both for others and myself. This is only the beginning. There is so much more to be radicalized so that it all, we all, can emerge into a better way of being. I'm so thrilled that you're here for it.
All the best and all the love,
L . Brannan
“J. Genevieve has an eye like no other. She takes the time to know YOU, and she captures what needs to come out. I didn’t feel like I was posing for anything. I didn’t feel the discomfort of trying to get the right look or to “smile with my eyes” - she let me just talk and move and emote in my natural element. The camera did the rest. When I looked at my pictures, I cried. For the first time in my life, I looked at an image of myself and saw my beauty.”