Nancee E. Lewis


Nancee E. Lewis is a photojournalist based in San Diego, Ca. She began her career as a freelancer in her home town of New Orleans and has been a staff photojournalist at the Shreveport Times, the Chicago Tribune and The San Diego Union-Tribune. Documentary photography and photojournalism are her passion but recently she has been documenting weddings in the gay and lesbian community and working with various clients to build a visually and image-intensive presence on their websites.


 

 

 

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