Patricia-Jean Photography | About

     Hi everyone! Thank you for stopping by! I'm Patricia Abrams, and Patricia-Jean Photography is my baby. I was born and raised just outside of Richmond, VA until the age of 13. Since then, I have been living on Maryland's beautiful eastern shore, where I met my wonderful husband Ben. We now live in our home in Salisbury with our furbabies Mason (dog), and Skittles (cat). My favorite color is teal and I'm in love with adorable cartoon-like owls.

     I've won several awards for my work in portraiture and photojournalism and I am truly grateful for each of them, but what truly drives me to continue to create beautiful images are the people who's lives I am blessed to become intertwined with during this wonderful journey.

     I'm based in Salisbury, but travel nationwide.

EDUCATION & HOW I GOT STARTED:     I bought my first DSLR Camera in 2005 because I had an interest in photographing the amazing wildlife, sunsets, and natural scenery here on Delmarva. About a year later, I began taking mini Photography courses to learn basic techniques and better composition. I was in heaven with my hobby of only photographing nature and had no interest of photographing people. However in 2010, when my cousin came to me, asking if I would be willing to photograph her wedding, I wasn't about to tell her no. Photographing her wedding opened up a whole new door for me I didn't even know I wanted to open. Thanks to my cousin's simple request, I found my true love and calling, and have been photographing weddings, events and portraits ever since; including 4 years as a freelance photojournalist for The Daily Times. I am on a constant journey for self growth and education. I'm frequently reading books, and taking classes on business and photography.

 

I would love to chat with you about your photographic needs, and how I may be of help. You can contact me using any one of these methods:

Cell: 410-829-4040

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OR WRITE US!

Patricia-Jean Photography

PO Box 5157

Salisbury, MD 21802