​    © 2018 by Brandy Sebastian

ABOUT

Enviromental portrait of Brandy Sebastianat the Buena Vista Lagoon in Oceanside California. Photogaph taken by Penny Kachuck

Make sure to check out The Photographer's Eye Gallery site where Brandy is a member of an elite group of hand chosen photographer's by Donna Cosentino, past professor, mentor, friend and now gallery owner. Brandy's work will be available for viewing 2-3 times a year in a themed group exhibition show casing The Photographer's Eye Collective. As well as a permanent wall dedicated to The Collective year round where you will find a rotating salon style of images including one piece from each member. Exhibitions of the Collective along with other photographic artist will have receptions on second Saturday's in downtown Escondido at 326 E Grand Ave. San Marcos, CA 92069

         Owner and operator of SebastianPhoto.net, Brandy Sebastian has been in the professional photographic industry over 15 years as a Wedding, Portrait and Event Photographer. In 2012 she decided to continue her education at Palomar College. Where she enhanced her skills and knowledge in the photographic arts, graduating with an associate degree as well as achieving certificates in both Fine Art and Commercial Photography. There, her work evolved into an eclectic conversation between “seeing” and “feeling” the image. As Brandy continues her education she anticipates receiving a Bachelors, followed by a Masters degree in photography with hopes of instructing undergraduate courses in alternative process and presentations. Brandy’s work is not a single chord but a symphony of thoughts and ideas that incorporate many styles of photography as well as her out of the box presentation of her work. Currently she is exploring diptychs and the relationship created; how images play off one another through texture, color, light, feeling, and humor. They are an expansion of thoughts beyond what’s visually seen. Additionally, Brandy is in the beginning stages of a very personal project that explores her journey with Endometriosis. Through self-portraits, still life, and an emphasis on fellow sufferers as well as their survival with Endo, she hopes to raise awareness for those that endure the debilitating disease.