At Snip we showcase art from local artists we personally know and love…
Lauren Koplowitz was born & raised in Miami, Florida. A lover of light, sunshine & all things happy she began at an early age to document life with her camera. As she became a mom to three children her love for capturing moments was renewed. She picked up her camera & hasn’t put it down much since! She considers being chosen to capture these moments for her clients & their families a true honor.
Lauren’s work has been feautred in publications such as Cultured Magazine, El Nuevo Herald, & JW Magazine. She has also been featured on Martha Stewart’s Real Weddings website. Lauren has had the honor of photographing dignitaries such as the former Prime Minister of Spain, as well as a current Presidential candidate. Her work is a part of the permanent collections at the Aqualina Mansions, as well as, the Miami Beach AC Marriott.
Stefanie’s unique digital paintings have evolved into multidimensional dreamscapes. Stefanie has no shortage of imagination and, on top of her passion for Traditional Art and Photography she is always exploring new forms of expression, new challenges and new ways to expand her horizons.
Stefanie Jasper attended classes in New York City at schools including The Art Students League, SVA, Parsons and ICP, exploring different mediums. She purchased a camera with the intent of photographing scenes to paint or draw, but instead started photographing models, family portraits and weddings. People sought her out for her black and white, photojournalistic style.
Traveling the globe, Stefanie has photographed celebrity and society events. Her work has been published in many prestigious magazines including InStyle, Martha Stewart Weddings, and The Knot. She maintains a select client base for events and portraits.
Selina Roman was born in Florida in 1978. Trained as a print journalist, Roman ferreted out stories of injustice in marginalized communities such as migrant farm workers and the poor. After working in journalism, Roman spent five years in Miami at an international security and investigations firm where she became privy to the inner workings of the private-sector intelligence community.
While in Miami, she immersed herself in the city’s fashion industry where she shot fashion campaigns for a local designer and honed her personal photographic style that mixed elements of fashion and reportage. Roman received her Masters of Fine Arts degree from the University of South Florida in 2013. Her work, which questions ideas of perception, power, protection and femininity, is in numerous private collections.