Whimsical Portraits by Audrey Simper

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Audrey Simper is a fine art photographer from Chicago, Illinois. She specializes in creative portraits and uses digital retouching to create whimsical, story-telling images. She loves the act of creating, both in photography and other art forms, and hopes to build a career around it. She finds inspiration in this quote from Steve Jobs: “The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.”

To see more of Audrey’s photography, visit her facebook page, flickr photostream, or etsy shop.

dream portrait goldfish

Swimming Through Dreams

girl green apple portrait

When I’m Small

girl cloud ocean

Head Caught In a Daydream

standing on a cloud

Wake Me In Another World no.4

girl starfish

The Compass no.2

girl starfish portrait

The Compass no.1

girl on cloud sky

A Dream like Mine

girl angel black and white

Angel Among Us no.3

girl seashell listening

Listen, The Sea Is Calling

girl boy love bed butterfly

A New Beginning

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  1. Arvin

    “A dream like mine” :
    too different, too good…

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  2. Amber

    she is one of my favs I follow her daily. I am always checking if she posts new stuff

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  3. Seth

    I am going to have to agree. “A dream like mine” is such a great photograph.

    I also must mention that I enjoy your wit. Great “ABOUT THE AUTHOR”.

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  4. Leelee

    OMG this is my friend. I love her pictures. I hope one day she will be really big in the photography world!

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  5. Nas

    These are spectacular images! Very creative indeed.

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