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Keep On Learning! LIVING IN THE MUD:
A Photographic Study
of Human Perseverance Tuesday, April 7, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Photographer, Natalie Wi, shares images from her recent trip to Haiti in an effort to create a meaningful discourse on the relationship between existentialism and faith and their effect on human perseverance.
Natalie and her husband, Jung, run an innovative photography studio that is a nationwide leader in commercial lifestyle photography.
Allure West Studios specializes in brand identity photography, headshots, marketing and advertising photography, product photography, food photography, interiors, editorial photography, weddings, special events and corporate conferences.
Allure West Studios also offers digital photography workshops for amateur photographers, mentorships for pros and hands-on portfolio workshops for artists.
Natalie is heavily involved in her local community and as the co-chair of the Entrepreneurial Assistance Committee at the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce, she works to produce the Business Growth Series®, which is a series of workshops designed to educate and inspire entrepreneurs. Her studio was featured on the 2014 CBCC Artist Studio Tour and one of her fine art pieces was selected by renowned jurors to be showcased in 2014 CBCC Byers Art Exhibition.
Natalie believes that we grow stronger individually when we make the effort to embrace, engage and actively participate in our community as a unified whole. She feels honored to be a part of the Doylestown community and enjoys sharing knowledge, collaboratively and effectively addressing challenges within the community and celebrating achievements together.
Natalie has won numerous awards for her fine art work displayed in galleries including The Dimock Gallery and The Conner Gallery of Contemporary Art in Washington, D.C., The Ellipse Arts Center in Arlington, VA and the Ukrianian Legue of Philadelphia.
Natalie is also active in the Philadelphia Sketch Club, Friends of the Delaware Canal and New Hope Art League. She has been the Senior Editor of the digital shelter magazine, Nesting Newbies, as well as the Editor of The ISES (International Special Events Society) Pages. She is widely published in several national and regional publications, including The Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce’s Award Winning Publication W4, Brides Magazine, Gentry, Northern California Meetings and Events, Pennsylvania Meetings and Events and Suburban Life Magazine.
Natalie is an avid yogi and runner and lives in Doylestown with her husband, their 3 children, a yellow lab and a black cat.
Pine Run Community Center
777 Ferry Road, Doylestown
(across from the Shrine of Czestochowa)