A.M. Williams is a photographer who currently lives and works in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The artist has a background in psychology and higher education, and in her artistic practice takes bright, journalistic photographs of flowers, animals, and the local landscape.
There’s a refreshing kind of straightforwardness about Williams’ photographs. The artist has a good eye for composition and framing, and tends to place her subjects at the centre of her images, broadly visible, not obscured or off-kilter. I especially enjoy how this technique translates into the artist’s Animals of the National Parks series -- these photos showcase animals in their natural habitats, emphasizing an atmosphere of both majesty and realism.
In our previous feature of Williams’ work, we examined the documentary-style nature of many of the artist’s photos. It’s interesting to see how this style translates across many different subjects, staying consistent and recognizable.