Karin Michele Dailey is a Boston-based commercial photographer and artist, specializing in beauty and fashion photography. Being Boston-based is no way near as cool as being from New York City, but at least she doesn't have to be a Giants fan. Or even worse...a Jets fan. Go Patriots!
She has a unique photoshop / retouching style. Check out the galleries and blog page for: concerts, music, bands, digital art, studio work, models, fashion, and editorial. She has been working in-house for an online flash sale company for the last five years, shooting their campaigns, editorial, social media and product content. Karin grew up in the Boston area, considers herself a "townie", but is available to travel well beyond the boundaries of Massachusetts: NYC, LA, Austin, Seattle, Miami, Tokyo...wherever you need her to go. She likes airplanes, if medicated.
Karin captures stunning natural light portraits, but also feels at home in the studio. She makes models feel comfortable on set with her humor and fake British and Jamaican accents, translating into very natural, almost lifestyle images. Her fake British accent can sometimes turn Australian and morph quickly into Russian. You never know. Karin likes to experiment with Photoshop, creating digital art pieces that mix beauty and fashion with messy (but purposeful) paint and sketching. With Command Z at her complete disposal, there are no bounderies in creating abstract art over her images.
If she had to choose a favorite photographer, it would be impossible. All the greats: Herb Ritts, Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Gordon Parks and Helmut Newton. Karin loves digital photography, but misses film and the slow, painful but satisfying dark room process. She recently purchased a used Pentax 6x7 and has enjoyed traveling back in time to: manual focus.
Please take a moment to view her portfolio, read a couple blog posts and follow her on Instagram and Twitter. Karin Dailey is currently seeking editorial and commerical photography assignments. Is this what you're supposed to write in an SEO blurb? Is anyone reading this? Thank you!