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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.”
— Elliott Erwitt
My name is Peggy Cormary. I’m trained as a Commercial, Food, Interior Design, Brand Portrait, and Product international photographer.
I’m a dark chocolate addict, I love wine (what kind of French woman would I be if I did not?), and spicy food. I’m passionate about travel, art, conceptual photography, and design.
Much to my husband’s dismay, I’m a slow runner but an avid hiker. I love National Parks, watching sunsets, and being in nature.
I have a diverse cultural background, which influences how I see the world and photography. I was born in France, have lived for many years in America, and learned photography in Brazil, all of which have influenced my bright and bold colorful style.
Working with many different brands, both international and national has impacted my desire to help you create appealing visual content that matches your vision for your brand.
My passion for art, art history, and design shape my vision for my photography. I have studied under several great photographers and completed my degree in Visual Arts at the American College of the Mediterranean in Aix en Provence, in the south of France.
During my 10 years of experience in professional photography, I have helped many businesses to grow their visual strategy and visibility.
I have worked with a diverse number of people including developers of hydroponic food concepts, internationally renowned wineries, local successful interior designers, professional writers, local restaurants, and food review magazines.
My work has been published and recognized in different magazines including The Washington Post and Eat Voraciously digital recipes magazine, Magazine Country Life Australia, Guide Sésame, Peerspace, Foodelia, as well as other media and companies such as Aix Rose (winery), Marrenon Wineries, Gardyn and Julie Geyer Studio.