Callie Lipkin Photography, Inc.
Callie Lipkin is an authentic photographer. A look through her lens reveals a simple organic moment between photographer and subject. 20 years of shooting has given her a truthful eye, her images unfolding like the story of her subject revealing themselves a little more shot by shot. While an undergrad at Northwestern University, a fortuitous trip to China opened Callie’s eyes and her focus from a career in engineering to one in professional photography. Post graduation, Callie started her photography career in journalism, interning and working for several newspapers including the BeaconNews in Aurora and the prestigious Boston Globe where she worked side by side with POY and Pulitzer Prize winning photographers. In 2001, she found the newspaper business on shaky ground and decided to pursue a freelance career. Today, Callie has a long list of clients who benefit not only by the beautiful quality of her photos, but also from her passion and desire to get the best possible shot. Callie is known to set up a shot with a goal in mind then allow the process and interaction between the subjects to give it depth and character.
“I like the problem solving aspect of photography, not knowing how we are going to execute something exactly, but giving it room to breathe and grow. The most interesting looking images I take are that way because they came about naturally, it’s a connection between who I’m shooting and their surroundings. I feel like there is the opportunity to learn something about the world, or about myself, almost every time I interact with someone new.”
Recognized in Applied Arts Awards 2017& Featured in One Island Best of the Best Photographer's 2016
My three sons.
No Plastic Sleeves: http://blog.noplasticsleeves.com/dad-time-project-promo
Creative Boom: http://www.creativeboom.com/photography/dad-time-a-beautiful-photographic-exploration-of-fatherhood/
ADC Global: http://adcglobal.org/callie-lipkin-meditation-on-film/
The Lab (Dad Time): http://blog.agencyaccess.com/dad-time-a-photography-project/
The Lab (Iceland): http://blog.agencyaccess.com/bringing-dad-time-to-iceland/
University of Minnesota
AT&T, Barron's, Comcast, Corona, Direct Energy, Grubhub, KitchenAid, Kleenex, Lurie Children's Hospital, Meritage Homes, Minute Maid, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Northshore University HealthSystem, Northwestern University, SC Johnson, UnitedHealth, Quaker, Valspar, Walgreens, Whirlpool, William Blair & co, YMCA
American Photographic Artists