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Photography with a Purpose

Photography with Purpose!

Playhouse Pin-Up Photography Studio does not just sell photos!  As the owner and photographer of Playhouse Pin-Up Photography, I make a strong effort to empower women, teens and young girls within our community via workshops, mentoring, volunteering and special events.  I believe building self-esteem via creativity builds success!  All of my workshops, mentorships and special events are funded solely out of my own pocket and I am not paid for these services.  I volunteer my time, knowledge and creativity to these events strictly on the belief my actions will help other women and girls realize their true potential and also fulfill their own creative dreams.  I am self-taught in all of my creative skills, which include photography, carpentry, set design, visual/interior styling, art, music performance and music production.  I am the founder of The Female Producers Association, which is a networking organization for creative women worldwide.  I have also used my creative skills as a means to help my son beat autism.  My son is now an artist/entrepreneur and recent college graduate.  If you would like me to speak or teach at your next creative or inspirational event, please contact the Playhouse Pin-Up Photography directly at 347-690-9755 or click the link button at the bottom of this page.  Thank you and keep inspiring!

- Pri


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Pri the Honeydark Barnard College

                       Above Photo: Pri, owner of Playhouse Pin-Up Photography advises an audience full of creatively ambitious women as a requested guest speaker at Barnard College, NYC.  Her message expressed how women should embrace, develop and market their own creativity for empowerment and success