Adrienne Zoe is a fine art photographer and bird photographer. Her signature creative photographs that look like abstract art of paintings are the result of her exploration into various methods manipulation, such as use of filters and reflective materials during shooting as well as digital manipulation during post-processing. A nature lover, Adrienne has a portfolio of birds and nature.
Her photographs have appeared in local and international juried exhibitions. Together with her photographer husband, Jonathan Sau, she has received the 2017 Curator’s Choice award from Button Factory Arts which awards a Button Factory Arts solo show scheduled at the end of February, 2018.
An artist at Uptown Gallery Waterloo since November 2015, she presents new photographic art with each new show every two months. She has taken workshops from master photographers Sharon Milstein and Leona Isaak, and photography courses at Brookdale Community College in New Jersey. She is a member of Grand River Imaging and Photography Society, Canadian Association for Photographic Art, Kitchener Waterloo Society of Artists, and Button Factory Arts.
Besides photography, Adrienne also writes. Born in Borneo, she is currently writing her memoir of growing up there and can be followed at Writer Website.
She lives in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, with her husband Jonathan Sau and their two sons. Jonathan is also an accomplished fine art photographer. Learn more about his work at Jonathan’s Website.
“Born an artist, my joy in photography is to explore it as an art-form, to not simply shoot beautiful photographs, but to create art. As a creative photographer, my goal is to engage my audience with images that demand reflection and contemplation. It is my passion to capture the beauty of the world and nature in a way that is different and arresting, and my pleasure to share it.”