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About the artist

A quiet and mysterious roaming this morning.

Feeling content while also longing for the equally mysterious stranger that is hauntingly familiar tugging at my soul for more.

That faint whisper of heaven reminding me there is so much more than my eyes can see.

A promise land full of Milk and Honey that one day I will be.

Oh, how I long for that VISIONS OF HONEY!

Julie Neal is a visual artist who is passionate about her craft.

When hiring Julie you are not just hiring a photographer but a visual artist.

Your time with her is about you and not about making your moment fit into standard cookie cutter poses that you can see in anyone’s home. You will walk away with artwork that is visually intriguing and uniquely yours.

Julie is compassionate artist who has an uncanny ability to find the perfect light to accentuate your best features. Julie patiently waits for the right moment to shoot. She strives to see the spirit in the people she is capturing and to find the beauty in the smallest of details. Her romantic view on life is infused in her work and how she views her subjects.

Neal is also very active in her community donating her time and talents to

Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Harrisburg area, being a particating artist in Kite Fest to benefit the Whitaker Center for Art and Sciences, Plugs in the Poke and Harrisburg Street Festival as well as Harrisburg Art Associations Gallery Walk heading up the Strawberry Square venue. She also was invited to be a juror for The Downtown Improvement District’s Hydrant Hysteria.

Julie has also had images featured on Ovation TV.

Julie’s philosophy on portrait photography is to create a portraiture that will become a treasured heirloom, an indelible part of the past and future of her clients. Julie's artwork leave those who view them with a real sense of whom the person is that she caputred. She has a deep understanding of the importance of what she does. That the images she produces should tell the story of her clients and not just for them but for the future generations to come. It’s about capturing the moment for the promise of a future.