MEXICO ISSUE 536 Jun 2015

Alexandra Tremaine Mexico City photographers

Alexandra Tremaine is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Photography with a concentration in Advertising. She resides in the mountains of Mexico in a 16th Century city, San Miguel de Allende, with her daughter and two dogs.

Whether it’s people, architecture or travel, the task remains to connect with the subject, play with the surroundings, and wait for the perfect light that gives Alexandra’s images the energy they emote. Loving the unexpected on a shoot and being flexible when something doesn’t go as planned is what sets Alexandra apart. Her demands on herself are commendable, and her photographs will captivate.

Requiring high-tech equipment, she uses her intense education as her back-up, never seeing a challenge she doesn’t embrace and working until she has accomplished her goal. Relying on her innate “feel for light”, her uncanny ability to discover novel and natural settings, and her childlike view of the world, her work has a fresh and unforgettable tone.

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