"...I felt completely comfortable and relaxed knowing you were capturing our special day..." --Deborah and Vince
"...You are a marvelous artist to have captured on film the love and joy we share with one another..." --Cora and Joe
"...your photographs are even more wonderful than we had imagined...we would recommend you most highly to anyone..." --Jessica and Shawn
"...We consider you one of the greatest wedding gifts we could have received. You have given us photos we will treasure for a lifetime!!!..." --Lynn and Cliff
Alexia Berry is French/American. She was born and raised in Paris, France and currently lives in Boston, MA. She is a professional photographer who runs her own photography business and also works freelance. Alexia speaks several languages and her work spans four continents and over 25 countries worldwide. When she is not traveling, she also photographs weddings, events, and portraits. Working in both color and black & white, her photojournalistic style is modern and distinctive with a timeless, classical edge.
Alexia has earned recognition and respect in the photography field and her photographs, which have been exhibited both in France and in the USA, have received numerous honors and awards in recent years. Her photographs have been awarded blue or red ribbons as well as Judge's Awards in the annual competitions of the Professional Photographers of Massachusetts and the Professional Photographers of New England. She has also received an award of excellence, as well as an honorable mention, from Photographer's Forum magazine and was published in Best of Photography, 1999 and 2001.
Her photograph: “Little James Dean” was awarded Best of Show from the juried group show, “Time”, held in Natick, MA in the summer of 2001. The Boston Herald published a full-page review of her show “Cuba” that was showcased at the MIT Dean’s Gallery in the summer of 2001. One of her photographs is currently represented in the juried traveling show, “Women In Photography International: 20th Anniversary Exhibition” hosted by the House of Photographic Art in San Juan Capistrano, CA.
She also recently showed her work from France and Italy at the Newton Free Library and was featured as the Artist of the Month in Juicy Magazine. The Griffin Museum of Photography 10th Annual Juried Exhibition (juried by Karen Haas, Curator of the Lane Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Edward Boches, Chief Creative Director at Mullen Advertising) selected two of her photographs from Bolivia to be part of a group show from December 2003 to February 2004. Laughing, one of her photographs from Burma, was featured in Faces of Women, at the 14th Annual Juried Art Exhibition of the Las Vegas Art Council. In December 2004 the Union Art Gallery of the University of Connecticut showed 20 of her photographs in a solo show titled “Children of The World”. Her photographs are also represented in numerous private and permanent collections including the Harry Ransom Humanity Research Center at the University of Texas, Austin.
© 2001-2011 Alexia Berry Photography.