Frame by frame… memories happen.
I capture them.
That is my motto.
Hello, there. My name is Julia Elizabeth Evans. A year or so ago, I graduated from Tufts University with a philosophy degree in law, ethics, and society. Between papers and classes, I went out with my father’s 1968 Canon SLR and taught myself darkroom photo processing. Upon acquiring a DSLR and discovering videography, I taught myself video editing on Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, and more recently on After Effects.
Do you appreciate quality? Yes!
That’s great! Production is my passion, and I have a very discerning aesthetic.
New Orleans Video Access Center’s ( NOVAC ) recognized my talent in videography and technical (i.e. software editing) production. I am the recipient of the NOVAC’s 2015 Joshua Short Scholarship. As a result, my idea for a documentary film project got off the ground in September. Corner shops & Cornerstones is currently in production.
Do you enjoy making memories? Yes!
I do, too! I have this saying, “compassion is passion, fulfilled.” Others may call it a mission statement. I think of it more as a philosophy.
The idea of a compassionate photographer is the most important part of this “about me” page. I truly believe the role as photographer/videographer is just as much about supporting others as it is about working a camera. I work one-on-one with every single client. My rates are affordable. My spirit is affable and open.
I am always willing to work with you and your budget. If you are interested in hiring me, please contact me.