“I stood as still as a statue, my hand outstretched desperately waiting for the deer emerging from the forest to nibble out of my hand the ruby red apple.”
Allison was a determined 8 year-old fascinated by the natural beauty of the forest bordering her childhood home in rural New Jersey. She never lost this wonder of the natural world and our connection to it.
Since then, Allison has studied art in Switzerland, rode to Prague on the back of a motorcycle and projected moving images onto abandoned grain silos in Houston. She’s exhibited her photography and video art in museums and galleries in Florida, North Carolina, California, New York, Canada, and Sweden. Her work is collected by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Albany Institute of History and Art, and the Museum of the University at Albany, among others.
Today Allison is just as much at home shooting for large clients such as Greystar as she is creating museum installations and gallery projects. She has won multiple significant art grants, a Best Director. Allison’s resilience continues in her work and in her life as she continues to capture the essence and vulnerability in everything she makes.
Allison is committed to working safely during these extraordinary times. For both remote and in-person shoots, she follows strict social distancing guidelines to protect her team and her clients while maintaining her high-level creative services.