Inspiring and challenging you to see the world around you in a new and unique way

About Lauri Novak

As a young girl, I was fortunate to travel not only the United States but also overseas as I grew older. Being exposed to the diversity in cultures and lifestyles from an early age instilled in me a curiosity and appreciation for the differences I experienced. Photography became a natural outlet for me to capture and


this amazing new world, and as I honed my skills with a camera, I cultivated my photographic vision. Photography soon became much more than simply taking pictures. It became my


So much so that, even now, I see the world in photographs.

As a photographer my goal is twofold: 1) to provide my clients with a truly unique depiction of their most cherished memories, and 2) to inspire other photographers to look at the world through new eyes, and pick up their cameras and


with the world around them through the lens. Elliot Erwitt summed it up best when he said, “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place…I’ve found it has little to do with the things you


and everything to do with the way you see them.” This is my experience, philosophy, and aim. And when I teach you to see the interesting in the ordinary, then I have accomplished what I set out to.

Recent Posts

Antarctic Adventure – Day 9

Sunday, March 17th - morning Second to the last day on the ship. Time goes so fast when you're surrounded by the incredible wonders of nature. This is the day I took the most images, it was beautiful. The weather was perfect and we had incredible vistas in the morning...

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Antarctic Adventure – Day 8

Saturday, March 16th We sailed into our next destination (I can't my file of our trip route) in time to see the sun peeking up over the mountains and through the clouds. Here are a few images of the bay this morning. [gallery size="large" columns="2"...

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Antarctic Adventure – Day 7

Friday, March 15th We started off the day by crossing the Antarctic Circle. We were the furthest ship south on the planet, how cool is that? Many of the crew and a few passengers created costumes out of what they could, we had hot chocolate to celebrate and warm up....

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