Adeline Creative was born from my vision as photographer and artist to expand my architectural work beyond the capture of an image to unleashing an image’s true potential. I want to share my knowledge of the incredible strength an image has to impart an idea, a feeling, a moment.
My goal is to help you understand how to use images as a powerful, immersive way to communicate your unique creative expression – your genuineness – in your own voice.
Don’t show what it looks like. Show what it feels like.
Ernest E. Briscoe, My Dad.
My dad influenced my work. He was my hardest critic and my best teacher, as he held me to the standards he achieved in his black and white prints. Dad was a Master of the Ansel Adams “Zone Method,” the art of producing crisp, clear tonality from black and white negatives. Having studied at the L.A. Art Center School in the early 1940’s, he learned the intense and time-consuming technique it took to develop negatives with visual acuity and artistic clarity. He taught me respect for the profession and shared his love for the art of photography.
I bring this passion, history, and practical experience to my commercial photography, and I carry forward the tradition of my Dad’s techniques, creativity, and inspiration. If you are one of my students, you’ll hear about my Dad. If you are one of my clients, you’ll receive a part of my Dad.