We are of the strong opinion that Elisa Moriconi’s Cute Comic Portraits don’t get nearly enough play, so we were thrilled when family and lifestyle photographer Dani Cavazzi decided to order one. Isn’t it lovely? We think it is a perfect avatar for a photographer who is capable of snapping flattering family photos (we all know how tough it is to have everyone smile at the same time!!).
Backstory Behind the Commission: Q&A with Dani
ArtCorgi (AC): What inspired you to commission this art?
Dani Cavazzi (DC): I found out about ArtCorgi through a friend & liked their Facebook page right away. I enjoy looking at all of the featured artists, browsing through their various styles & appreciate their artistry. I was inspired to commission this art because I wanted something fresh & new to show-off on my social media sites that would be catchy, fun & resemble what I am and what I do. I thought of ArtCorgi right away. What better to use than an original, personalized piece of art for all to see!
AC: Can you tell us a bit about your work as a photographer?
DC: I am a local family & lifestyle photographer who started up my little weekend photo session business 4 years ago. I excel at natural light photography and love what I do. Seeing my clients happy with their memories makes what I do worthwhile. I want my images to inspire people & show the love of family and life.
AC: Where can people see samples of your work?
AC: What advice would you give to someone who is commissioning art for the first time?
DC: Don’t be afraid to give ArtCorgi a try. You will be so happy that you did. Not only business owners but families & others will benefit from it as well. The artist you select is professional, talented & hard working and will create a masterpiece for you. I am so very elated with my ArtCorgi experience and I know you will be too.