Lorraine Kraayenbrink is a PortLambton based photographer that graduated this April, 2015 from the two year Digital Photography program at Lambton College. While raising three children, she has decided to follow her passion and pursue a career in photography. Through her art work she hopes to remind people that in common surroundings there is unnoticed beauty to be enjoyed; and to prompt people to take a moment to rest and reflect after a busy day.
Lorraine also has also expanded her interest in capturing people in their environments, and is continuing to develop this area of her profession through posed and unposed photography. Lorraine has completed numerous photography projects while at Lambton College which include family, children, couples, animals, product, portrait, event and street photography. She hopes to continue to diversify and experiment with different types of photography as she develops specific niches.
While at Lambton College her art was chosen in the 2013 Lambton College Student Permanent Art Collection Competition and in the Colleges and Institutes Canada 2014 Art Showcase Transformations Contest and won third prize overall in 2015 for the CiCan college art competition, the two prints now decorate the walls at the Chateau Laurier building in Ottawa, Ontario.