Sarah Ann Loreth is a fine art and travel photographer from New England, who specializes in conceptual portraiture. In her work she tries to convey a quiet stillness of emotion with a connection to her natural surroundings. Her work evokes a connection from the viewer, a feeling of oneness of the human experience and a mystery that will leave you wondering how the story will unfold. She stumbled upon photography while working in the medical field and threw all her energy into teaching herself photography.
Fueled by her love for travel and need to give, Sarah is the co-founder of The Wild Ones Workshop Tour, a not for profit organization set up to aide in the growth of photographic artists by providing education in both photographic techniques and business consulting while providing a supportive and ongoing global community.
"In my line of photography, tripods are an absolute necessity. I work in self portraiture and conceptual portraiture and it would be impossible to do what I do without an effective sturdy tripod. My setups generally involve traveling to outdoor locations, often in ponds, rocky landscapes, and in forests and that requires something durable and light. And in my self portraiture it's usually me alone in the wilderness with a remote and my tripod trying to effectively find the precise angle I'm looking for." -Sarah Ann Loreth