I’m Deb Klein. I’m a dog lover and dog rescue advocate, music junkie and avid reader; a native New Yorker with a strong entrepreneurial background. I love brainstorming over happy hour, and making things happen.
My photographs seek to connect people with themselves, with their animals and with each other, via my lens and our sessions. These sessions tend to be fun, relaxed and interactive. They are portraits that also delve into lifestyle, depending on the desires of my clients. Most important to me is that YOU are empowered to the extent you wish; if you prefer to be more heavily guided by me, I am happy to take the helm.
I have been shooting since I was a young girl. Throughout a lifetime of impactful entrepreneurial adventures and professional positions – the dearest to my heart being canine rescue - my camera has come along to help document. This breadth of experience has allowed me to hone my skills and communicate with people (and animals) in ways that takes me deep beyond the conventional conversation.
I live and work in New York City, and also travel extensively. Please view my work and contact me to set up a session. Are you far away? Follow my Instagram and Facebook to stay abreast of my work and travels – someday we’ll meet. For you gear heads: I use the Fuji X mirrorless system exclusively.
Thank you for reading this. I look forward to creating - together with you – an exceptional end product. Browse the galleries, and subscribe to my email list, where you'll receive occasional special promotions, gifts and more!
PLEASE NOTE: I'm on a sabbatical in the wonderful city of Brighton, UK, until September 2018. Those of you fellow photographers over here, get in touch! Love to hook up for some projects, photowalks, etc. NYC Clients: I will be adding images to my portfolio, Flickr and my Instagram whilst over here, and am booking sessions NOW upon my return to New York City in September.
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"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read." -Groucho Marx