The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.
Aristotle

Michelle Guillermin engages the viewer in both the grandeur of and the danger to wildlife.  Her use of stark, gritty black and white is intended to bridge time, to push viewers to imagine a world when wildlife was plentiful.  Her goal is to build awareness of the challenges facing our natural world through the appreciation of the few remaining creatures.

 

Please contact Michelle directly to purchase rights to these photos.

michelle@guillermin.com


A portion of proceeds from all sales will be donated to organizations devoted to protecting endangered animals.  

 

Memberships and Partnerships:

  • National Press Club
  • Senior Contributing Photographer - Diplomatic Courier magazine

Print Publications

  • Diplomatic Courier Magazine Special Print Edition APEC Summer 2015; G8 Summit June 2015 Special Print Edition; The Post Employment World edition January 2017
  • The Equiery - multiple
  • Outside Magazine 2008 - Advertisement for EpicQuest

Online Publications and Websites

  • NPR.org 
  • ft.com (Financial Times)
  • lewa.org 
  • TogetherCounts.org

Corporate Annual Reports

  • Pepsico Corporate Social Responsibility Report - 2014
  • Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation - Annual Report 2015; Annual Report 2014

Awards

  • Jurors Choice - Silver Oyster Award, Photography - Muddy Creek Artist Guild 2015 Spring Show
  • Jurors Choice - Maryland Federation of Art, Focal Point 2015

National/International Juried Gallery Exhibits

  • Maryland Federation of Art, Focal Point 2015; Fish or Fowl 2015; Global Landscapes 2016; Migrations 2017
  • Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, Cities of the World, BWI 17 2016
  • City of Bowie, Earth Elements 2016