COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Perspective in Pixels is owned and operated by Bridget McGee Houchins. Bridget began her career as a professional photographer in 2011, graduated with a BFA in Photography from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco in 2014, has her FAA Part 107 drone license, and 15 years of photo editing experience. Her path as a professional took her from doing pet portraits to products and headshots, before falling in love with architectural photography.
Bridget spent two years as a full-time staff photographer for one of the world’s biggest tech companies for property management software, where she was the second top-ranking photographer in the company across the country. Her favorite part of the job was being flown around the United States to photograph and do 3D walkthroughs of luxury high-rise apartments with modern amenities. She has been sent to photograph buildings across all of California, Atlanta, Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and surrounding suburbs.
Bridget is currently the full-time Photography Manager for a world wide corporation based out of San Marcos, California. She works with their product managers and marketing department on product launches, catalog photography, corporate headshots, events, architectural twilight photos of products in use on location, and more.
Her photographs have been published by the Pacific Crest Trail Association Magazine, Roadtrippers Magazine, Buffalo Exchange Magazine, Survivors of Suicide Loss, the National Foundation for Autism Research, San Diego Magazine (online), Shoutout SoCal, Burn Barrel Press, Shieldless Mag, Razorcake Magazine, and Legalize Ferrets. She is a self-published author and travel writer, having explored twenty-three countries, including riding a flea market bike from Vienna to Budapest, hiking 300 miles on an attempted thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail, and sailing from San Diego to San Jose del Cabo.
La Mesa • San Diego County • California
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