Angela Douglas is a commercial, portrait and documentary photographer. She is passionate about the dynamics of a family and community. Her photographs have been in many group exhibits and in 2020 she had her first solo exhibit on her family work. Her project on her grandmother was published in Click Magazine, and her series on flooding in the Norfolk region was recently published in Issue 5 of Confluence Magazine. She is an alumni of the esteemed Missouri Photo Workshop.
Her clients include Old Dominion University, City of Chesapeake, City of Norfolk, Norfolk State University, Saint Patricks Catholic School. She is a freelancer for the Virginian-Pilot and teaches photography at the Governor’s School for the Arts. She is available for assignments in Hampton Roads and surrounding areas. She is a native of Norfolk, Va., where she resides with her with her husband and four children.