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Hi! I’m Lyndi, a photographer based in Bluffton, South Carolina with a passion for capturing light and beauty with my camera.

 

I was born in Atlanta, Georgia but moved to Greenville, South Carolina when I was 10. I've also lived in Alabama and Tennessee so I consider myself a well-rounded Southern woman. Although I love all the southern states, South Carolina is home for me.

 

I have been an artist for as long as I can remember and have always had a primal need to create. In 2006, I graduated from Furman University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in painting.  Although my background is in painting, I have enjoyed photography as my main concentration for the past 10 years. The camera is simply a vehicle I use to capture small, beautiful moments and render them timeless.

 

A few of my favorites:
 

    Jesus

    My Handsome Husband

    Our two beautiful girls, Eve and Piper

    Dry Humor

    Plants
    Wine
   Good Food

I was married in August of 2014 and together, my husband and I relocated to Bluffton from Greenwood, South Carolina. Before moving, I had the pleasure of working for jon o. holloway for five years. jon (always lowercase, that's his trademark) has been such a tremendous inspiration to me over the years. Pretty much everything I know about photography, except for some film classes in college, I learned from my experience with him. He is a truly phenomenal artist. You can read more about jon here.

 

I have years of experience with commercial work, portraits, commissions, event coverage, etc…pretty much everything! I am professionally licensed and insured so if you have a special project in mind, portraits you need taken, or simply need some new art on your walls, please fill out the form on my contact page. I sincerely look forward to any photographic challenge.


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MEET LYNDI,

THE ARTIST BEHIND THE CAMERA

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"To me, photography is an art of observation.

It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place...

I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."

~Elliot Erwitt