Earth Child Photography


We are located on a historic farm in the beautiful hills of Virginville, in Berks county, Pennsylvania. Here, I live with my husband and our sweet son in a tiny cottage. Photographs to remember are captured here in natural light in our pastoral surroundings.
I capture children as wild and natural as they are. I work to capture the moments that are usually passed over. I capture their real and raw expressions. I follow them, let them lead and capture them as they go.


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Marilyn Anderson/Pro Arte Maya


Marilyn Anderson is an artist, photographer and author. She originally comes from Oregon and studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She then spent time in Mexico and Guatemala, subsequently receiving her BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology and MFA from the Visual Studies Workshop/SUNY Buffalo. For 16 years she worked as a visual arts mentor at SUNY Empire State College, in Rochester, NY.


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Moose Pond Arts Ecology


Moose Pond Arts+Ecology was founded as Moose Pond Arts by Zizi and Scott Vlaun in 1999 when they moved to Otisfield, Maine to create a life on a piece of land that Scott had bought when he was an art student in Portland in the early 1980s. The mission of the company was to provide graphic design and photography services to existing freelance clients ranging from Seeds of Change Organic Seeds to the National Supercomputing Conference. Other projects included exhibition printing for nationally-recognized photographers, architectural and food photography and promotional materials for small businesses.


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Tyson Ellis Photography


Very few times in our lives, (if any) we find ourselves in a position to merge all of our skills and intensely focus them on a path of progression. I am fortunate enough to boldly say I am in that position!
I’m Tyson Ellis, and I’m an Eco Architectural Photographer.
Eco (to me) simply means relating to the environment.  Architecture is the built environment.  Photographer, well you get the picture.


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Nita Winter and Rob Badger Photography


For 40 years Rob has created images of the natural world for a wide variety of clients, collectors and art buyers. His extensive collection of nature photographs (geographically and seasonally diverse) range from dramatic, complex and colorful, to soft and subtle.

Nita Winter, a Marin City based award winning photographer, was born in 1954 in Glen Cove New York. Nita’s fascination with photography was kindled as young girl by her father with whom she spent hours in the darkroom. Her own photographic passion began during her senior year at Clark University where she earned a degree in biology. After graduation she was awarded a three month fellowship at the Maine Photographic Workshop.


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Green Banners/Don Jackson Photography


Our goal here at Green Banners by Don Jackson Photography is to produce the greenest, highest image-quality banners and signage available today while having the least impact on the planet.
With the advent of new recycled, recyclable, biodegradable and renewable earth-friendly materials and long-lasting water-based indoor-outdoor inks, there are now great alternatives to the old, toxic vinyl banners that you really hate to use. You now have a true green choice for your signage needs.


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Julianne Skai Arbor, M.A., M.S. is a certified arborist, environmental educator and environmental artist.
Julianne is most passionate about exploring the confluence of the fields of ecological restoration, traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), shamanic wisdom, interspecies communication, and permaculture design. Although she loves books, she believes are best teachers are other living things. She hopes her work inspires others to get to know trees intimately. Julianne’s professional goal is, ultimately, to “become the forest”.


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