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- Angie McMonigal Photography LLCOwner/Photographer
After growing up in a small town in central Wisconsin, Angie has enjoyed calling Chicago her “hometown” for the past 15 years. She strives to combine her love of the bustling big city, its architecture and her childhood roots in nature to create meditative, contemplative imagery out of the broader urban landscape.
She frequently works one-on-one with private collectors, but also collaborates with art consultants, designers, and architectural firms to provide distinctive imagery to complement their brands and meet their needs. She is available for commissioned, one-of-a-kind projects by both individual and corporate collectors. By creating images that draw out the organic interplay between design, structure, environment, and society, Angie offers a fresh and distinct viewpoint that fulfills clients’ marketing and artistic needs.
An award-winning fine art photographer, Angie’s work has been internationally exhibited and published. Some publications include: National Geographic, SHOTS Magazine, Rfoto Folio, Stark Magazine and F-stop Magazine. She has received awards from the International Photography Awards (IPA) and Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3) Awards, among others. She has worked with global and national brands, such as Starwood Hotels & Resorts Inc., Stir and Icebreaker, as well as local and national art consultants and private collectors.
- University of Wisconsin-OshkoshMedical Technology/Chemistry, 1995 - 1999
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