Visual Poetry Photography
Visual Poetry Photography provides photographic services to capture your life’s most important moments. Professional photographer Kristy Bruce uses her intuition and skilled eye to bring together light, colour and motion to create stunning portraits, both stills and action shots. Visual Poetry Photography is available for special events (weddings, graduations and celebrations), family portraits, school portraits, business and product photography and art and landscape photography. A long-time Hudson’s Hope resident, Kristy Bruce is well known for her dramatic and spectacular Peace River Valley landscape photos. Many of her photos are available for purchase in print form.
Meet Kristy Bruce
Meet Kristy Bruce
When Kristy Bruce was just 12 years old, she received her first camera. She was immediately hooked on the art of photography, and has been snapping pictures ever since. While her equipment is more modern today, she draws upon those early influential years and the ensuing decades of photography experience to create her noteworthy portraits.
Turning photography into a business was a natural step for Kristy. "I love taking photographs, and I wanted to share that passion with others," she says. Not only does her work give her the opportunity to regularly do what she loves and earn a living from it, she has also been privileged to be a part of many people's special days and celebrations, like weddings, baby births and special family events. In fact, it is one of the things that she most enjoys in her line of work: being given an up-close view of an important occasion and helping to make permanent memories out of those individual moments for her clients.
Kristy is a long-time Hudson's Hope resident, so she knows just about everyone who lives here. This gives her the unique ability to customize portraits and photo sessions to the personalities of her subjects. It makes for a much more personal and intimate experience. Kristy loves her small town and has a deep sense of community. She has seen residents really pull together during tough times, and she appreciates this ability that locals have to care for and support each other.