Featured Photographer: Zoe Berkovic

This weeks featured photographer:

Zoe Berkovic

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Zoe Berkovic is a true inspiration to so many artists. He work is fresh, clean, vibrant and fun. I have yet to find an artist like her – an artist who turns everyday chaos and childhood fun into art. It is authentic, it is creative… it is inspiring.


Introducing Zoe Berkovic in her own words:

Once I was a little girl with unruly wavy hair, a sprinkling of freckles, a joyous love for life, and an imagination gone wild.
I grew up.  Mostly.   My hair is tame.  My imagination, not so much.
Life happened.   I became a school teacher, a wife, and a mom.
I also discovered a way to take the ideas in my imagination and turn them into something others can see. I found a way to bring my love of laughter, a good story, and childhood joy into it.
I am blessed.



1.) How long did it take for you to find your niche  and once you did – did you decline any work that you were not passionate about?

Every time anyone asks me I need to start counting in my head. It feels like forever, yet I still feel like I am so new at this in so many ways. I officially started shooting other families in 2007. (I think. haha!)  Kids are my niche but I am taking a little break from family photography to concentrate on my commercial work.


2.) Tell us about your favorite lens and why it is #1 in your camera bag over your other lenses.

I don’t really have any favorite gear. I am way more into having a vision than having the finest equipment out there. As long as it works, is sharp, and is Pro level I am good.




3.) What is your favorite image and why?

My favorite image is always the next one I will create. I shoot so much and am always thinking and dreaming of the next shoot I want to do.


4.) Do you have any tricks or tips that you want to share with us?

Work hard.




5.) Name one person who you would love to photograph?

I am a huge tennis fan and play often. I would love to photograph Kim Clijsters with daughter and husband.


6.) What was your original gear and when did you start upgrading your equipment?

I started shooting anyone that was willing to get in front of my camera with a point and shoot. I set it on Manual did a custom white balance and shot away. I then started charging small fee for my time until I was able to buy better gear.




7.) What has been your proudest moment in your business?

I have had many moments I was proud of and lots of moments where I had to push myself to try harder. I do vividly remember calling up my sister after shooting the first stranger family I did squealing with excitement.I shot them with a point and shoot and did selective color on the big lolly pop. (blush.)

It was a defining moment though. I realized I was onto something much bigger than I thought. I am still somewhat proud of those images. (deeper blush.)


8.) What is on your Bucket list – It does not have to be photography related?

lots and lots of cute shoes for both myself and my kids.




And we all love a peek into the world of prop so here is a glimpse  into her prop space.


If you are interested in learning how Zoe manages to infuse such vibrant enthusiasm in her work be sure to check out her new Breakout session with Clickin’ Moms.



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Micha Davis - February 2, 2013 - 10:45 am

I love the playfulness she has captured in these images! There is such a fun energy.

Linda Long- Tallahassee photographer - February 4, 2013 - 9:14 pm

Love it! Thanks for sharing!

Laura Morita-Yeun - February 6, 2013 - 1:00 am

Zoe, these are so fun and incredible. Loved reading about you and smiling at all these gorgeous images. You’re super amazing stuff.

Jennifer - February 7, 2013 - 3:12 am

Im a new fan to Zoe’s work and its outstanding! I love hoe colorful and happy her images are. Beautiful and stunning work!

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