My Name is Tatiana Eaves and I am a photographer living in the beautiful mountains of Boone, North Carolina. I adore animals, naturalistic settings, and the little things in life. Photography is my favorite art form. It allows perfect expressionism in the essence that everyone has their own interpretation of each piece. Pictures can comfort the lost and disturb the comfortable. My job is not just to make you feel something, but to bring you into my world, to keep you intrigued.
Although I am a photographer, I am a biologist first. I have a firm belief in art and science coming together. I have always been intrigued by biology and the reason why animals and plants behave in the way they do. I enjoy questions and adventure and learning. This world is marvelous, and I would like as much knowledge about it as I can possibly grasp. If you would like to know of my experience thus far this is a link to my CV.
I entered photography in 2009 have done shoots for various local bands such as Marvlec and The Independent. Featured on this website are also photographs of shoots with model/actress Megan Nager, promoter Alex Christo, and many more. I have been published in The Peel: Literary and arts review four times over the course of years 2014-2017.
Web Design was something that wasn’t particularly purposeful. I took a couple of classes in high school to earn my magnet diploma and I caught on quickly. I soon began to outdo everyone in my classes with creativity and functionality and ran with it. I became an Adobe Certified Associate in Dreamweaver. When I started photography I figured I needed a website and once that was created. My father, the businessman, told his partners and they uttered it to theirs and soon I became an independent web designer for other companies.
Writing in immensely powerful and in communicating science to the general public a good article can make a huge difference. I believe that it doesn’t produce a large degree of change when scientific papers are published if a wide audience cannot understand them. It is the general public that will produce the most change, in reference to conservation and cooperation with science. I have loved writing since I was a child observing lizards in my backyard. I work freelance and can discuss various biological fields.