Seeking the Creative: Cheyenne Hall, Photographer
How would you describe your art in three words?
Natural, Eyecatching and Timeless.
Photographer Cheyenne Hall captures stunning images with the intent to showcase the beauty in her everyday life. Whether that be through bright-colored nature shots, black and white stills, or intimate portraits—Cheyenne’s diverse portfolio is reflective of her overall inspiration. The photographer from Barbados began her craft back in 2017, and since then has found great success in the field. She’s won several awards, including but not limited to achievements at the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts. In the future, Cheyenne hopes to professionally photograph and one day sell prints of her work. In the meantime, this creative will continue photographing and spreading the message of everyday beauty to her audiences.
Where/how do you gather inspiration?
I photograph the world around me for inspiration. Whether it is nature, people or events, I document my surroundings and do little to no editing to those images.
What do you hope audiences retain from your work?
I hope that my images make people stop, take in their surroundings, and feel the emotion in the photos.
Curated and written by Eris Sker