- Carle PhotographyPhotographer - Owner, 2008 - presentBoudoir photographer, portrait photographer, studio owner.
Mariah Carle is a full time artist & boudoir photographer who lives and works in the Jingletown Arts District of Oakland, California. She works out of a unique loft that reflects the constant flow of creativity that is needed to inspire each client individually, her sessions are as unique as the people she photographs. In addition to studio sessions she also shoots on location to provide you with spontaneous and diverse images. Mariah is also very active in local and international art and photography events. She works with art installations, writes, teaches classes, and regularly attends as well as facilitates community outreach events.
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