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“One doesn’t stop seeing. One doesn’t stop framing. It doesn’t turn off and turn on. It’s on all the time.” – Annie Leibovitz.


Whether capturing the glow of Manhattan’s architecture or the motion of a dynamic seascape, for photographer Stephanie Izzo, nothing highlights the magic of a scene more than a dramatic long exposure.

After spending nearly a decade in New York, establishing herself in the NYC souvenir world with a best selling postcard line and publishing her Rhode Island photography book, Ocean Sites & City Lights, Stephanie returned to the Narragansett Bay area of Rhode Island, where she currently resides.

While her work has taken her to places as diverse as South Africa, Paris and Peru, Stephanie's heart always brings her back to her native Ocean State, where she finds peace and renewal.

She can most often be found at the water's edge, collecting seaglass and other beach treasures, with her young son. 


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