Voted “Best Visual Artist in Washington, D.C.” by the Washington City Paper two years in a row, Angela B. Pan has had her images of Washington, D.C. published in the Washington Post, The White House Historical Association, and more. Her work has been featured in local galleries and publications of Apple, Lionsgate and several luxury hotels. Her book, Snap DC, Your Guide to Taking Extraordinary Photos of the National Mall and Beyond… is the essential guide to photographing the nation’s capital. Her work may also been seen on postcards and 8″x10” prints sold at the National Mall’s book stores.
Since 2012, Angela has been offering one-on-one workshops, giving photographers the individual attention needed to help them get to know their cameras, inspire new composition ideas, work on editing skills, or anything else photo related. In 2015, Angela became an inception master for the online school The Arcanum where she has mentored photographers of all skill levels all around the world — providing each of her students with critiques and questions that made them think about how they could better accomplish their goals.
Although she has made a name for herself photographing the Washington D.C.’s monuments, Angela’s work varies from monuments to landscapes, cityscape, street, night and much more that can be seen on her daily blog at www.abpan.com/blog. It is her passion for capturing a fleeting moment that has her as one of the most sought after photographers in the Washington D.C. area.