Christina Paolucci Photography is available for editorial, commercial, event, and wedding photography. Multimedia is available through her partnership company, Production Partners Media, LLC.
Experience Matters. As a professional photographer, Paolucci offers years of experience. She is accustomed to the fast paced environment covering assignments in news to sporting events. She is adept to adjusting to any new situation from the dairy farm to city hall, all in the same day. Paolucci works with multiple digital technologies to creating videos, websites and publication material. Her photography style is to capture candid moments of subjects in a quiet style.
Background. Paolucci is an award winning photojournalist working for more than a decade as a daily news photographer. Currently, she works as an independent multimedia producer and teaches photography at Columbus State Community College. Paolucci has a B.A. in Photojournalism from Western Kentucky University and a M.A. in Photography from Ohio University. She has been recognized twice with the Best Press Photographer’s Portfolio from the Minnesota Newspaper Association, the Humanitarian Award from the Associated Press, and Clip Winner of the Year from the Minnesota News Photographers Association. Paolucci has been featured in two Rick Smolan’s day-in-a-life picture book series; America 24/7 and My America at Home.
Projects & Grants. Paolucci’s most recent multimedia projects includes the short documentary film, “Historic Woodland Park” and “The Legacy of Eastgate,” which was made possible from grants for the Greater Columbus Arts Council, Ohio Humanities Council, the Columbus Landmark Foundation and individual donors. Currently, she is working on a documentary on the life and artwork of Paul Henri Bourguignon and his wife, professor of anthropology at The Ohio State University, Erika Bourguignon.