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Urban Artist

If you're looking for a fresh approach to family portraits, head shots or commercial photography, Christina Mallet is Seattle's go-to gal. From the black and white patterns of a city street to the kaleidoscope of color on a graffiti wall, the decidedly unconventional photographer finds inspiration in the urban landscape of everyday life.

Passionate about photography since childhood, she earned her street cred at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts and has been perfecting her art for over ten years. Reproductions of her work have been featured locally in the Seattle Times and Seattle PI, as well as in international media from Germany to Spain.

When she's not busy running around town to find the hippest new location for a photo shoot, she's secretly transforming the lives of women, taking intimate and tasteful boudoir portraits under the business name Katrinka's Secret and volunteering time to provide professional photography to terminally ill children through the non-profit Soulumination.

As a new mom herself, Mallet has a knack for cool baby pics, from candid black-and-whites to color-drenched images shot in her natural-light studio, she'll capture you and your family in a creative, unconventional way. That's art, and that's what it's all about.

Christina Mallet