Angela has been "making pictures" since she was 12 years old, when she picked up a Brownie Hawkeye camera at a garage sale. She spent a year as a traveling photographer for PCA International, Inc. and she studied photojournalism at Indiana University Bloomington.
She has worked as an associate magazine editor, communications director, and independent contractor. She has visually documented numerous events and projects, in the United States and abroad which has led to many published photo credits and two awards. Highlights include the 1999 Kalachakra for World Peace with His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, sacred moments in religious settings, gardens and farms, and speaking engagements featuring Mary Oliver, Will Allen, Barbara Kingsolver, and others.
She is available to do on-site photography for you or your organization.
Contact Angela for more information or visit photography.creativecompositions.net for a sampling of her work.
Supporting safe urban gardening through photography
Garden Safe Garden Well
An Urban Gardening Guide (PDF)
Also available in print through the IUPUI Center for Urban Health.
• Bloomington (Ind.) City Hall: wall flowers project
• 2013 Durham (UK) Cathedral in conjunction with the Lindisfarne Gospels
• 2011-2012 Sustainable Agriculture Series
Angela earned first place in the "On the Farm" category with her image, "Happy Hen" at the 2010 Indiana State Department of Agriculture photography contest. Angela also won awards through PCA International, Inc. for her portrait photography.
BBC News Tyne & Wear
PDF version available
June 14, 2014
River Wear excavation yields historical treasures
The Journal (Newcastle, England)
PDF version available
November 25, 2013
Gary Bankhead, underwater archaeologist
Neighborhood of Saturdays
Spring 2013, cover design and non-archival images inside book
Buy the book!
Urban Garden images
(page 36 and 37)
April 25, 2012
April 27 to May 3, 2011
November 16 to 22, 2010
December 12 to 18, 2007
Freewheelin' photograph in print
(Image reused in the 2011 Green Guide, page 7)
April 18 to 25, 2007
Step It Up 2007 photograph in print
BTCV Holidays catalogues
(The British Trust for Conservation Volunteers, the largest hands-on
conservation charity in Britain.)
November 2005 to March 2006
March 2006 to October 2006
Acción Cultural Guatemalteca
<-- January/February 2000
Kalachakra for World Peace 1999
Program Book published by the Tibetan Cultural Center, Bloomington,
photo of Thubten J. Norbu, brother of H.H. The Dalai Lama
July/August 1999, cover
October 1998, cover
January/February 1998, cover