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“My desire to photograph is to experience the beauty of nature — be it a familiar or unfamiliar place. It may be wide open spaces or as intimate as a wildflower blooming under a tree. My objective is to capture the moment, mood, or characteristics of the amazing place, and share it with the viewer. Many times we are in a hurry and don’t take time to view the beauty around us. I want people to engage in my photos, to see the beauty, and receive a sense of peace and calmness.”
Nashville, Tennessee-based photographer J. Carlee Adams has attracted many private and public collectors of her art work. Her images have been used in textbooks, calendars, webpages, annual reports locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. She was one of five photographers to have her photographs in the coffee table book Nashville: Yesterday and Today. She and her photographs were recently featured in the e-zine Sports And Entertainment Nashvlle. The topic was about her photographing neon signs around the growing city of Nashville.
J. Carlee Adams is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Still Photography.
Visit J. Carlee Adams’ website at www.jcarlee.com