Imago Dei Photography

Fine Art / Travel & Landscape / Military

Eye candy for the adventurer. 

About Imago Dei Photography

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“Imago Dei” means “image of God” and and I believe my images capture how God sees the world through His sinless, unfiltered eyes. We humans see the layers of debris that cloud our vision between earth and heaven… everything from pollution to a skewed perspective of creation. But when I’m behind my camera I sense God with me, showing me how He sees the same thing, but through the eyes of holiness and innocence.

The goal of Imago Dei Photography is to produce prints so beautiful you can’t help but want to see them hanging on your wall.  The pristine landscapes of New Zealand, the colorful architecture of a blossoming Korea, stunning historical sites in China and breathtaking deserts and beaches in the U.S. are all a part of the Imago Dei collection.  

Prints are available at Imago Dei Photography on Smugmug

Our Price List is available for viewing.

About Amy

I’ve been an Army wife for 20 years and although my background is in journalism, I’ve loved taking pictures all my life.  In 2008 while stationed in the Republic of Korea with my husband and children, I bought my first DSLR, a Canon Rebel, and fell in love with photography.  I traveled to New Zealand (twice) and Beijing, China, as well as throughout the Korean Peninsula (to include the DMZ) and my little Canon accompanied me on my adventures… and some of those shots were award winning with my first entries placing in the MWR Army Digital Photo Contest 2010 with the award ceremony in Seoul, Korea.  From there I organized a training session for folks on post wanting to learn more about using their own DSLRs and the rest, as they say, is history.

I am a self-made, self-taught photographer and photojournalist.  I specialize in travel photography, landscapes, HDR and military images. One of my favorite endeavors is to represent at functions such as military training, funerals, change of commands and memorial services.  

I am currently a contributor at The Frontline newspaper on Fort Stewart, GA as a travel writer/photographer.  

My work has been recognized by CNN as a vetted iReporter and by National Geographic magazine online, among others.  

I am a proud, active and insured member of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA).

To hire me for a news event, please contact me here.