Candice White’s Story
In 1994, after working in the beauty industry for over 16 years, I decided to follow my passion for photography and go back to school. My early muse was my beautiful sister who I captured daily with my Brownie when we were children. In 1996 I opened my portrait studio and did my own B&W printing in the darkroom using only archival fiber-based museum standard papers, because I wanted to offer the best for my clients.
Despite the transition from film to digital, I have maintained a standard of excellence in capturing, retouching and printing so that my clients still have the Best.
From Engagement through the years of a family’s life, I have been privileged and honored to document each stage. It is art warming to walk into my clients’ homes and sees years of my work beautifully framed lining their walls.
My love of people as well as beloved pets have sustained me and I am grateful to be in the business of creating Fine-Art Portraiture as treasures to keep for generations.
What is YOUR vision? Call me at 214-770-1934 and we’ll discuss your dream Portrait.
Babies and children
Candice White, photographer
310 S. Walton St.
Dallas, TX 75226
“There is a moment when by a movement, stance, gesture, or look, the inner spirit of a person is revealed. Candice White has the gift of capturing such a moment with her camera. Doing so, she creates portraits that step beyond beautiful—they are art, evoking emotions within us.”
— Excerpt From Feature Article, Southern Lady Magazine, 2000
Many consider Candice White the premier fine-art portrait photographer in North Texas. Southern Lady Magazine, Bride Magazine, Brazos River Magazine, among others, have featured her work. Her self-published fine art calendar for 2005 – Inside The Dream, Celebrating Women Who Dance Tango – contains dozens of her images. Her work, both portraiture and fine art, hangs in many of the most prestigious homes in Dallas.
In 2004 and 2005, Gail Sachson, Cultural Affairs Commissioner for the City of Dallas, chose Candice as one of the top 30 artists in Dallas for the Studio Selection Show at the Dallas Arts Museum, benefiting the annual Beaux Arts Ball.
In 2003 she was invited to show at Gallery at Southside on Lamar, a residential and arts community in downtown Dallas where she produced a one-woman show featuring the much acclaimed project, Un Pensamiento Triste, shot in 2003 in Buenos Aires. Also in 2003, two of her fine art works were included in an exhibition at Photographic Archives honoring the lifetime influence of local photographic icon, Chris Regas.