Award winning photographer Isis Charise has been working in the field of photography for over thirteen years.
Her work has been widely exhibited both nationally, and internationally. Her exhibitions include solo shows at esteemed galleries such as the Michael Mazzeo Gallery (NYC); The Griffin Museum of Photography (Winchester, MA); The Center for Photography at
Woodstock, Woodstock NY and most recently at the Green County Council for the Arts
in Catskill, NY .
Isis’ work has been featured in many respected publications throughout the world. Publications include Photography Quarterly Magazine, NY; Profifoto Magazine, Germany; NY Arts Magazine; the acclaimed international photography website, Zone Zero; The Huffington Post; Glamour Magazine, Brazil and The Daily mail.
Isis’ work is included in numerous public and private collections including those of the
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; CPW’s Permanent Print Collection held on
extended loan at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY and the Photographers Network Collection, Seigen, Germany.
The GRACE project has been endorsed by New York Foundation for the Arts, having been accepted for 501(c)3 status (non profit) under their Artspire fiscal sponsorship program
Isis is a woman’s woman photographer. The gaze of her sensitive lens, having lent itself for many years to the feminine principle. Artistically and commercially, Isis’ focus is on empowering women. Her camera work often explores themes of self esteem and body image issues in an attempt to help shift and expand the narrow and impossible beauty standards that exist within our contemporary culture.
Isis specializes in photographing women of all ages, shapes and sizes for both commercial, business, and personal portraits. Her gentle but precise nature combined with an innate ability to communicate clearly with her subjects creates in each of her photo sessions a sense of trust with her subject that reflects itself in the resulting photographs.
Isis is available commercially for:
Contact Isis: (914) 466-4347