Earica Brown is a Professional Photographer shooting portraits, events, and filmmaker. She studied photography at the University of New Orleans, where she started her Photography career. In 1998 she move to Seattle where her photography began to blossom. Soon after her transition to the Northwest, she began working for a local portrait studio where she remained for 6 years. As her desire for personal growth increased, she then decided to focus on her own photography business.
Since that leap of faith, she has been living her dream of being a successful Business owner and Professional Photographer. Earica's exceptional talent has taken her to many countries around the world. She has also created video documentary projects in Taiwan and the U.S. She has work with a very prestigious Fortune 1000 company taking her to countries like Greece, Costa Rica, Portugal and many other destination around the world.
She has also presented her fine art photographs in many Seattle venues, including donating works for victims of Hurricane Katrina Benefit Show with Hale’s Palladium in 2005.
Over the course of 24 years Earica continues to capture images with great passion and a deep love for photography. Her work has an eclectic style that transcends all expectations. She is truly a great photographer who has a passionate love affair with her camera.
Earica Brown - "When I shoot, it's like dancing with my camera. It's a dance of visual freedom."
1989 - Began Modeling career working freelance in New Orleans
1989 - 1998 Runway/Print fashion Model in New Orleans with Glamour Society Model Agency
1993 - Model for an international Honda Prelude television commercials New Orleans and Canada
1993 - Modeling on the Morton Anderson talk show New Orleans
1993 - Model for Slice soft drink Advertisement
1994 - Studied at the UNO and Delgado Community Colleges in Photography and Fine art
1995 - Photography assignment Documenting the Homeless communities in New Orleans
1996 - Freelance Photographer shooting Fine art Photography
1997 - Travels to Europe
1998 - Relocated to Seattle Washington
1998 - Travels to Europe worked as a beer wench for October festival traveling throughout Germany while documenting her travels.
1998 - Freelance Photographer shooting Fine art, Wedding Events, Product Photography
1999 - Fashion Photography and Model for Panache and the Power Company Clothing Store
1999 - Runway fashion show at Showbox at the Market
2000 - 2005 - Photographer for Seattle base Portrait Studio Yuen Lui
2003 - Art Exhibit for the Seattle Convention Center Photography Show & advertising campaigns.
2004 -Travels to Mexico
2005 - Donated works to the Hurricane Katrina Benefit Show with Hale’s Palladium
2005 - Documented the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
2005 - Festival Sundiata: “The Past, The Present, The Future” Art Exhibit at Seattle Center
2006 - Festival Sundiata: “A Family Reunion” Art Exhibit at Seattle Center
2007 - Festival Sundiata: “A Taste of Soul” Art Exhibit at Seattle Center
2007 - Collaborative art exhibit “Lost and found” at South Seattle Community Center Art Gallery
2008 - Festival Sundiata: Shades of Black Colors of Success” Art Exhibit at Seattle Center
2008 - Photography youth educator with “The Right Brain Center for the Arts”
2009 - Festival Sundiata: “Unity in the Community” Art Exhibit at NW African American Museum
2009 - Returned to Collage to receive a Certification in Publishing Arts at SCCA
2010 - Continued Education in Graphic Design at SCCA
2010 - Photographing events which where previewed in Seattle Magazine and Web
2011 - Photography assignment with a major Fortune 500 company (NDA) in Alaska
2011 - Pursuing a degree in graphic design.
2012 - Received an AAS Degree in Graphic Design from Seattle Central Creative Academy
2012 - Continuing her career as a Freelance Photographer and Graphic Designer
2011 - 2014 Shooting international events for a major Fortune 1000 company (NDA)
2014 - Artist-in-residence - Dream Community -Taiwan (Documentary Films)
2015 - Travels to Greece documenting Events.
2015-2016 - Filmed and created Mazu the Documentary.
2017 Launched a second business -VIAVOYA
2018 - Case study Photo Project of Paddle to Puyallup
FUTURE - Living The Dream
Phone (206) 679-2684