“My inspiration for the body of work comes from traveling around taking in the world through my eyes and then through the lens of my camera images that intrigue me – old buildings, bridges, water, boats, and landscapes."
Julie is a Charleston-based creative artist born and raised in Charlotte with artists on both sides of her family. She took her passion for photography and created black and white images that now adorn the wall of individual collectors, corporate collections and commercial spaces thought out the world. With also a passion for painting paintings she has now mixed the two to create original mixed media paintings.
A background in business and sales led her to Atrium Art Gallery where she is the Gallery Director selling her work as well as other artists' works in the gallery. Julie was President of the French Quarter Gallery Association in the historic district of Charleston and spearheaded the group to make the transition to open it up to the greater Charleston area and change the name to Charleston Gallery Association. This landmark event brought all the art community groups together and created a strong united unit to flourish for decades to come.
She continues to create art and explore new ways to express her vision and creativity.