@SarahStreetMedia

I am still creating this site. In the meantime, if you have any questions about Media Kits, Product Photography or Real Estate & Architectural Photography, please don’t hesitate to contact me for examples of my work and questions.

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Sarah Anne Simplot

Behind the lens, the world Is my drawing board.

Capturing the world in a state of consciousness. Capturing abstract expressionism and raw moments of people’s lives that can only be captured once - a treasure. I am known to be opened about my experiences and journey. Writing so openly is never easy, but I do it because I know I am not alone. I keep doing it it because of the mail and encouragement I receive.

I faced the hard truth about who I wasn’t, I discovered who I was, and then created a better version of me. I reinvented myself by observational learning and visual journalism. In times of reflection, In order to understand an experience or when problem solving, I still rely on observational learning, observing others, and visual journalism.

 

Content Creating & Marketing

Ask me about Media Kits!

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Natural Lighting Photography

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My Latest Interview with The Street Photography Magazine

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Upcoming Projects

Body Language & Observational Learning For Better Journalism- Spring 2019

Fashion Week is Here! Join The Set NYC 2019 ‘Dark vs Light’ #endchildtrafficking

www.thesetnyc.com/fashionweekfw2019

 

2017-2019 Projects

DOCUMENTARY & VISUAL JOURNALISM
Decoding Body Language For Better Journalism

Through observational learning, we can challenge our perception, learn detachment, grow intuitively, increase focus, learn the art of body language, gain self-confidence & self-discovery, face fears, & so much more.

End The Madness. The highest mortality rate of any mental illness is Anorexia. There is hope. Find out how you can implement support groups in your home school and help raise awareness.

 
 

All Images © 2017-2018 Sarah Simplot