PPA Member's Photography Is a Focal Point of March 15 "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"

Dallas Photographer Kimberly Wylie and BWC Photo Imaging teamed up to donate fine art photography and multiple Photographic Art Master Pieces valued at $50,000 to  the ABC hit TV Show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” The episode will air on ABC at 7pm CST on March 15, 2009. 

According to the Extreme Makeover Team, this episode is one of the first to feature the personal touch of the family portrait through out every room of the home. Photographs are regularly in a family home but never to this extent. 

Wylie, a PPA member, photographed the Ruiz family and then worked with the BWC team to convert the images into art masterpieces for the home decor. Her talent is clearly demonstrated in the Ruiz Family portraits. She captured the heart and soul of the family group, as well as each member individually.

According to Danielle “Lou” George, President of BWC Photo Imaging, no one knows how many art pieces and photographs were actually produced for the home. "Not one of us had time to count the pieces. The production was done so fast and so many people were working around the clock to create the perfect output for the artful images Kimberly had captured we can only guess that well over 50 portraits line the walls of the family home and every other usable space for display,” she said. “In my 34 years with BWC, I have never experienced such an innovative use of photographic art than Kimberly Wylie and our team members at BWC were able to bring together for the Ruiz family.”

Kimberly Wylie is an international award winning Dallas photographer who specializes in fine art portraiture of children and families. Wylie is an active member of her community and enjoys using her photographic talent to benefit various organizations by donating her time and services. She is a member of Dallas Professional Photographers Association and Professional Photographers of America

BWC has been developing images since 1975 for professional photographers worldwide. Located in Dallas, Texas, BWC is nationally known as a provider of traditional photographic output, canvas wraps including specialty items such as pearl or metallic, giclee art pieces and metal art. BWC also provides true black-and-white photographic products from either film or digital capture. For more information about the portrait division of BWC visit www.bwc.net. The BWC creative division offers graphic design, creative services, trade show exhibits and web site development. Find more information at www.bwccreative.net.



TrackBack URL for this entry:


This page contains a single entry from the blog posted on March 13, 2009 10:17 AM.

The previous post in this blog was Review: Kodak Professional Ektar 100.

The next post in this blog is Review: Phase One Capture One 4.6 PRO.

Many more can be found on the main index page or by looking through the archives.

Powered by
Movable Type 5.2.7