The Photographer: Anee P. Raulerson

My name is Anee (pronounced "Annie") Raulerson and welcome to the website of KDA Photo Images & Creative Endeavors.  I've had a camera in my hand since I can remember and am currently finishing work on my professional photography certification. 

As you can see this site features many of the images I've taken from around the world.  I want you to join me on my journeys by experiencing the sites and adventures through my distinctive prints.  One of these prints will make for an exquisite piece of artwork for your home or business.  I am also available for assignment to snap shots of far off destinations or even shots closer to home.  Along with those photographs, I can provide written recounts of those travel experiences for your publication. 

As you will notice, this site also features personal character images as well as some crazy cute critters.  Let me capture your memories in perfect elegance or in bold, lively strokes.  My chameleon personality will bring out the best in you for your photo shoot.  While I'm currently located in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, I have significant ties to Southern Maryland and am available for sessions in both areas.

KDA Photo Images & Creative Endeavors is also dedicated to bringing awareness to community issues.  As such, we have assisted organizations such as the Waldorf Jaycee's and the Calvert County Special Olympics in documenting their fundraising events through photography. 

If you would like to purchase available prints, ask about available services, or have general questions, please email me at kdaphotoimages@gmail.com. 

In the meantime, please enjoy KDA Photo Images & Creative Endeavors' website.

Anee

"I dig my toes into the sand - The ocean looks like a thousand diamond strewn across a blue blanket - I lean against the wind, pretend that I am weightless - And in this moment I am happy, happy - I wish you were..." ~ Written by: Incubus (Brandon Boyd, Michael Einziger, Alex Katunich, Christopher Kilmore, Jose Pasillas II)

~The left shot was a quick selfie.  Shout out to J. Wright for the pic to the right of me.