Every person beholds an unique never-seen-before beauty. To have it discovered and celebrated in an artful image is a captivating experience of the soul.
Before every photo session I ask God to show me the treasure within my client that He wants to illuminate. He is my welcomed guest. And magical things happen. Awkwardness leaves, freedom arrives on the scene, and together we become like children who believe in their dreams.
It is my greatest pleasure to see a broken heart mended or a darkened identity restored. I believe and have seen that there is healing power in the mere activity of celebrating oneself and allowing another person to "paint" the experience of this discovery.
When YOU are the framed artwork on the wall it has a lasting effect of healing, reminding you of who you truly are.
The dream inside of you rising to the surface and making its home in reality, is something worthy of my artistic gift. It would be an honor to make an artful declaration of beautiful you!
Annette Biggers has been a professional photographer since 1991 and is dedicated to the art of legacy journalism through the collecting of photographic narratives. By approaching each subject as a whole person with a voice, story, and humor, Annette seeks to capture and return images that show the best of each person’s character and life. She believes that art has the power to inspire greatness, to elevate values, and to celebrate the spirit within. It has become her focus to reach people who have the most influence while celebrating those who seem to have none.
Annette began her company, TripleCord Photography, with this mission, and it has led to many exclusive opportunities. In 2003-5 she was honored to cover the personal strategies and stories of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickleson, Sergio Garcia, and Ernie Els as they competed at the Battle of the Bridges golf tournament. Also, trusted by celebrities, TV producers and directors, she creates life style portraits, wedding day imagery, and magazine editorials. In 2007 she began traveling Africa telling the stories of orphans in Kenya and Uganda for Heart 4 Africa, of which inspired her first television appearance on Get Married TV and interview with CNN’s anchor woman, Daryn Kagan. In Italy she captured the life and beauty revealed by Carlo Pignatelli’s designer wedding gowns and in London top designer, Caroline Castigliano for international magazines. 2012-2014 she traveled with Rick Warren documenting stories including Rwanda’s transformation, his church’s impact locally and worldwide, as well as his own personal life events. Annette’s work has been published in many national and international magazines and awarded top honors by WPPI. 2017 marks her third year of teaching and speaking to diverse audiences interested in art, photography, creativity, healing, and business.