|about the artist|
|The works of Andre Walker Photography has been published in the New York Times, McGraw-Hill,LBA News,New York Trend, New York Sports Scene . His international work includes Israel, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica,Jamaica and various locations throughout the United States. |
With more than 10 years experience, Andre is a sought after photographer who has developed his own technique through his various experiences photographing thousands of subjects from high action sports, architecture, fashion,photojournalism, weddings, and studio photography.
Andre’s work reflects personality, sensitivity and professionalism. His inspiration comes from the late Gordon Parks Jr. whose work is timeless with elegance, perfection and technical execution. His unique style and technique conveys the personality of his subjects, whether still, moving or multi-dimensional.
Through his photography, Andre aspires to change each moment into everlasting memories. His exhibitions include the Roy Wilkerson Art Association, the Queens Museum of Art, Huntington’s Foto, Foto Gallery to most recently a contemporary jazz photography exhibition titled “Music Speaks” as part of the opening of Lincoln Park Music Festival in New Jersey.
Andre is a graduate of the Hollywood Film Institute, Los Angeles, California, and Niagara School of Imaging, Brock University Ontario, Canada. He serves as an production assistant with Universal Studios, Newline Cinema and Paramount Pictures. In addition to his photography career Andre, co produced featured film called “Better Dayz” and Director of documentary called “Sisterhood Alive and Well” distributed by the Cinema Guild as well as a host of music videos.
Andre Walker Photography is a certified M/WBE with the City of New York. He serves as Treasurer for New York chapter, Elite SDVOB Network. He is a member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), Professional Photographers of America, (PPA) and National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP).