Trish was born and raised in Germany, actually: Just across the border of Belgium in a small town called Dueren. Right between Aachen and Cologne.
Yet as soon as she got her Abitur she escaped the confines of small town: Beginning with her apprenticeship to become a photographer in Bonn, Germany. While many considered Bonn a sleepy town and even referred to it as the Capital-Village, at the time the German capital was the center of diplomacy in the ‘Cold-War-Years’.
There she met her husband, and they have since lived in various major cities of the world. Most notably Belgrade/ Serbia, Washington/DC and Milan/Italy.
Post-War Belgrade fascinated Trish, and she was invited to hold two successful exhibits “A Foreigner in Belgrade”
In Washington/DC, Trish established herself as a sought-after interior architecture photographer; shooting for high-end realtors, builders, developers, and interior designers. Setting herself apart by her technique and keen sense of seeing.
Milan provided the light and atmosphere to let herself fall back into the freedom and poetry of photography. Her commissioned exhibit #VivaVolpedoViva-AmiamoVolpedo can still be viewed at the Municipio di Volpedo.
Every place has influenced Trish’s work. Having arrived in Brussels only a short time ago, Trish is looking forward to getting to know Europe’s capital.
Portraiture, Commercial/Editorial, Landscape, Fine Art, Photojournalism photography based in Brussels, Belgium.