Louise Ingalls Sturges is a visual artist whose rainbow-hued portfolio is broad and far-reaching. Sturges has been taking photographs since 1994 and painting since 1998. She has fine art degrees from The College of Santa Fe (2003) and The International Center of Photography (2007). Her work has been exhibited in galleries from New York City to Tokyo. Her photographs have been published in a number of magazines, including the cover of Diner Journal, with spreads in Marie Claire, Nylon and Missbehave. From 2007-2012 Sturges ran an internationally trafficked blog, besosyfotos, which earned her style-profiles in New York Magazine, Time Out New York, BUST, ELLE.com, and online interviews with StylelikeU, Metal Magazine and many more. In 2015, Sturges expanded her creative scope, serving as an executive-producer of the award-winning film, The Wolfpack. In the fall of that year, she was asked to speak on a panel about documentary film at the Sundance Institute Catalyst Initiative. Her home and interior design can be seen in Justina Blakeney’s The New Bohemians (2015), her writing can be seen in Cat Garcia’s book about London creative's, Our Time (2014), and her event planning can be viewed on Martha Stewart. Look for Sturges's work as a production and costume designer for the short film, Uncle Silas, coming out next year (2017). She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and Harpswell, Maine.
You can follow her #casualrainbow life on instagram, @besosyfotos.