About Me

Larissa Coe is a photographer.

“Photography has played such a powerful role in my life for so long, I can’t remember a time before it. I believe memories are fundamental to the human experience, and photography is my tool to capture them. Photography has given me an incredible gift: to freeze tiny moments that echo in the hallways of the viewers mind. Even if a photograph feels insignificant or insufficient at the time, I never regret pressing the shutter.”

Over the past ten years, Larissa has been experimenting in the many facets of photography. She made the decision to pursue it as a career in 2013, achieving an Associates in Arts degree from Monroe Community College in the spring of 2014. She is now working towards her Bachelor’s in Graphic Information Technology at Arizona State University (online). Larissa hopes to find photography work in her new home – Seattle, WA.  She accepts every challenge: from photojournalism, to product photography, to studio lighting and portraiture, to conceptual photography and surrealism.

Larissa shoots with both digital and film cameras. She possesses many skills in post-processing with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, as well as both black & white and color darkroom experience. Her post-processing methodology is all about subtle improvements solely meant to compliment the existing quality of light and color achieved in-camera.