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I am a scientist by training, and a writer by profession (at least in part). With a life-long connection with the natural world, photography is becoming an increasingly important way... more
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about Amazilia Photography


I am a scientist by training, and a writer by profession (at least in part). With a life-long connection with the natural world, photography is becoming an increasingly important way to express my love and appreciation for the world around us.

Amazilia Photography is named after a species of hummingbird native to Peru and Ecuador. I chose this name because hummingbirds are (to me) one of the most beautiful and inspiring natural wonders of the world. The splendour of these tiny avian jewels is reflected in some of their names, such as Shining Sunbeam, Little Sunangel, Andean Emerald, Blue-chinned Sapphire, Ruby-crowned Topaz and many more.

This radiance and strength is also seen in people, especially women. Throughout history artists have tried in every form of art to portray aspects of this feminine beauty.

Making links between people and the natural world is a strong aspect of my photography. In both of these subjects there is a wonderful diversity of interests and infinite ways of respecting and appreciating this beauty.

Given the above, it is no surprise that Amazilia Photography specialises in art nude (ranging from classic to athletic/dance) and environmental nude.


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  •  imagesse
    2 months ago

    Thank you for your lovely comment on my portfolio. It has been a delight to discover your art in return - a veritable cornucopia of beauty!

  •  Lisa Paul Everhart
    3 months ago

    You are very welcome Paul. Enjoy the rest of your week.

  •  Lisa Everhart
    4 months ago

    Happy Easter to you and yours Paul.

    •  Amazilia Photography
      4 months ago

      Hi Lisa Many thanks for your kind wishes, and I hope you all have a wonderful Easter too! Lovely spring weather here at last! :-) Best wishes Paul

  •  Chelsea Jo
    4 months ago

    Beautiful work, amazing expressionism.. Your images speak to the soul

  •  Lisa Everhart
    4 months ago

    That is one of the better compliments I have had in awhile Paul. Thank you for noticing. I try. Enjoy the rest of your week.

  •  Mila
    5 months ago

    Great work!

  •  Risen Phoenix
    7 months ago

    Thank you for including my work in your wonderful gallery. Have a wonderful New Year

  •  Amazilia Photography
    8 months ago

    Many thanks Josh for liking several of my images. I am most grateful and encouraged by your support! :-)

  •  josh
    8 months ago

    Amazing work you do, Amazilia.

  •  Amazilia Photography
    8 months ago

    Very many thanks LSF Photography; your comments are most kind, and much appreciated! :-)

  •  LSF Photography
    11 months ago

    I like your lighting and I particularly like the two nudes posed together, nicely arranged.

  •  Lisa Everhart
    last year

    Thank you. I love that picture.

  • Hi Neil
    Many thanks for your kind comments and views, which mean a lot to me. This unlikely partnership between science and art really is a fascinating experience - at times it feels like neither are firing properly, but when both spark together it can be inspirational and very satisfying! :-)

  •  Neil Jacobson
    last year

    As explanation for my question I too consider myself a scientist by profession as a EE but I spent most of my time working in Construction Manage mentioned. I am now in a position to pursue my artistic side through photography. I think in some ways were are unique in our similar paths to this type of expression. I can'tell speak for anyone but myse l for but keep doing what you are doing. It'seems making the world a better place.


  •  Neil Jacobson
    last year

    Hello Amazlia -

    I wanted to thank you for following me here on Model Society. After reviewing your portfolio I have reciprocated. I specially like the tone and composition that you use on your black and white photos. Keep up the great work.


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