Portrait: Kelley J. Heffelfinger

About Kelley Heffelfinger

I have been interested in photography for many years. After graduating from college with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Information Systems, my interest's photography was put on hold while focused on being married, raising my son, and pursuing a career in IT. My love for photography was rediscovered on a 2005 trip to Hawaii. I had brought a little Kodak digital camera. I quickly upgraded to a DSLR. Today I shoot with a Nikon D750.

I am retired from the Los Angeles Superior Court. I worked in the IT department as an application developer, assisted statistical supervisor, and courtroom multimedia technology manager. As a part of the Web Team and we were redesigning the public site, I took the pictures for the courthouse pages (37 courthouses).

As a side profession, I did photography for special events. I was the primary photographer for the Los Angeles County Secretarial Council. These events had interesting speakers such as Gloria Molina (politician that was a member of LA County Board of Supervisor for 23 years), Antwone Fisher (2002 film Antwone Fisher was written by Fisher and directed by Denzel Washington), and Rafer Johnson (Olympic Gold Medalist and worked on presidential campaign for U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy).

I enjoy wildlife, landscape, and architectural photography. I look forward to continue learning about photography and improving my work.

I worked in Downtown Los Angeles for 22 years. I enjoyed learning about the history and taking pictures of this city. Click on the link below to see my Los Angeles Downtown Blog:

LA Downtown Blog.

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