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Hello everyone!

I’m really excited to join the DIYdancer community, and be able to share the things I love with all of you. I thought I’d start off by showing you some of what I do before I go off and explore awesome things other people are doing. Below are a few images of mine from the past two years of dancers in different places. Locations range from dance studios to photography studios, and even the street. I am ALWAYS looking for models and ideas for locations to shoot, so please feel free to shoot a response/ideas if you have them!

I’m currently working on a project where I’m taking lights and bringing them to different dance studios, giving the final images a feeling of a cross between a professional studio setup and a rehearsal. They are the last three images I have posted, and as I said it is a work in progress…

More to come soon! Happy Valentines Day 🙂

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Written by Sophie Kuller

Sophie grew up on the north shore of Massachusetts and began dancing on the beach, at school, in the living room, on the train, and then finally joined the Boston Ballet school. For high school she attended Walnut Hill School for the Arts. An unfortunate ankle surgery forced her to sit out of class but she picked up her camera, began photographing the dancers, and has not put it down since. After graduation she moved to New York City to be a trainee at the Joffrey Ballet School. Another serious injury gave her the opportunity to step back and realize that photography was what she loved most in life and is now studying it at Parsons School of Design. When she’s not creating her own images, she works for the incredible dance photographer, Lois Greenfield, who has inspired her more than she knew possible. Sophie also loves fashion, music, chocolate, New York City, making her own clothes, skiing, and doing spontaneous things. She is excited to share them with you!