Corinna Raznikov’s photography is all about love and joy. Whether photographing food, weddings, children, yoga or interiors, Corinna has the magical ability to show everyone and everything in the best light possible.
With over 20 years of technical and creative experience photographing around the world from Mexico to Ireland to the Dominican Republic, Corinna Raznikov creates beautiful and meaningful images.
She holds a bachelors degree in Art and English from the University of the Pacific, studied the History of Photography at the University of Glasgow in Scotland and continued sudying the aesthetics of photography at the Harvard Extension School.
Corinna taught photography at the University of the Pacific and continues to teach, as well as exhibit her work internationally from San Francisco to Scotland, as well as volunteering her photography to countless worthy organizations.
Most notably, she was awarded Best of Boston by Boston Magazine in 2014, and was a winner in both Photo District News’ Top Knots and Faces Issues in 2015.
A permanent installation of her work, The Baby Project, was recently installed at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
She lives in Marion, MA with her husband, daughter Josephine, Jezebel the cat and Stella, the dog. They all love art and sailing.