SOMETIMES by chance we discover something that completely inspires us and redirects our lives, in the early 1960’s I made my first photographic image. My photography is about emotional perception; I consider it similar to the Chinese philosophical system of Feng Shui where all elements have to be in the right place at the right moment, my process relies on instinct; I enjoy this approach and trust my intuition. 
I feel it’s so important to personally carry intuition throughout the entire creative process, first by capturing the image, later altering the image to convey a vision, making the print and finally creating a frame to compliment and complete the presentation.

BIOGRAPHY
Born in San Mateo California. (1946)
Attended and graduated from Brooks Institute School of Photography (1976-1979)
Worked as a professional commercial photographer in Los Angeles (1979-2004)
Displayed and promoted fine art images since 1996.

STATEMENT In an attempt to explore the tenuousness of beauty and life my work merges the traditional and digital photographic landscape. My goal is to create a serene self-expressive image that reflects the wonder and peace found in my experience of nature. I believe it’s not about seeing but more about what’s expressed that makes photographic art.

William Vanscoy

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SOMETIMES by chance we discover something that completely inspires us and redirects our lives, in the early 1960’s I made my first photographic image. My photography is about emotional perception; I consider it similar to the Chinese philosophical system of Feng Shui where all elements have to be in the right place at the right moment, my process relies on instinct; I enjoy this approach and trust my intuition. 
I feel it’s so important to personally carry intuition throughout the entire creative process, first by capturing the image, later altering the image to convey a vision, making the print and finally creating a frame to compliment and complete the presentation.

BIOGRAPHY
Born in San Mateo California. (1946)
Attended and graduated from Brooks Institute School of Photography (1976-1979)
Worked as a professional commercial photographer in Los Angeles (1979-2004)
Displayed and promoted fine art images since 1996.

STATEMENT In an attempt to explore the tenuousness of beauty and life my work merges the traditional and digital photographic landscape. My goal is to create a serene self-expressive image that reflects the wonder and peace found in my experience of nature. I believe it’s not about seeing but more about what’s expressed that makes photographic art.

William Vanscoy

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