Photographer Sheila White Guevin grew up in a small mill town in PA. She was the kind of kid who liked rocks and clothes with pockets. After graduating from Murray State University in Kentucky, she went on to be resident of KY, PA, CT, VA, NV, VA, TX, AL, HI, AL, CO, and VA again and in that order, before landing in MD in 2012.

 

Guevin is known as a fine art and avant-garde portrait photographer. She is a member of Maryland Federation of Art (mdfedart.com), Arts Council of Anne Arundel County (acaac.org), and Bay Country Artists Guild. She exhibits with all three in juried and non-juried shows.

 

Guevin is a also a staff photographer for Living in the Triangle magazine.

 

She has exhibited more than 50 pieces across Maryland/DC/VA in juried and non-juried exhibits.

Guevin exhibits at BWI Marshall Thurgood Airport, the Anne Arundel Medical Center, the Annapolis Maritime Museum, the gallery at What’s Up Annapolis magazine, the Circle Gallery in Annapolis,the Bay Country Guild gallery, and Artomatic . Her work is seen internationally in advertising and print magazines.

 

Guevin is a meetup group leader at Meetup.com for The Photo Society for Epic Fails. This group explores photo techniques and believes the freedom to truly explore and master your craft comes from a lack of fear in failing. Guevin is a photography instructor at Anne Arundel Community College.

 

Follow her work on: Facebook - Sheila White Guevin, Photographer; Facebook – The Insight Project; on Instagram as swguevin; or through her web-site SheilaGuevin.com.

 

Ladybug retired from pet therapy service on the 31st of March 2016. Sheila is currently training Kona, a Yorkie puppy. 

 

In that spirit, 10% of Guevin's session fees are donated to either the Crofton Library (www.aacpl.net/location/crofton) or to So Others Might Eat (www.some.org) which feeds and assists the homeless and poor in Washington, DC.