Interior & Fashion Photos Featured in You Magazine
Traveling to Harbour Island in the Bahamas to photograph Wiggy Hindmarch's beautiful home there for You Magazine was definitely a highlight of my summer! Getting to work with my favorite interiors photo stylist Kendra Surface was the cherry on top.
The beach hut goes haute: At home with Wiggy Hindmarch https://www.you.co.uk/beach-hut-goes-haute-home-wiggy-hindmarch/more
GSD Podcast: EP #69 : SEEING THROUGH A DIFFERENT LENS, GOING DEEP AND GETTING BENEATH THE SURFACE, AND USING WATER AS YOUR CANVAS
Dive In and listent to my first podcast interview! I was defnitely newvous, but absolutely loved talking with Julie and Stacey of A Salty Rim for their GSD Entrepreneur Podcast!
"Leigh Webber is just an interesting human with a fascinating company. She sees the majority of life through her lens, literally, and turns photography into true works of art. She founded a business called Dive In by Leigh Webber, where she’s focused on capturing the beautiful moments of life underwater. Her career in photography started by becoming known as the wedding photographer in Charleston, and she’s now expanded her horizons to become known as the underwater photographer in Charleston and beyond. She’s shot BURU, Carve, products, and families on vacation and models while in the Caribbean, to name just a few highlights. Leigh works hard every day to marry happy moments...more
One of Garden & Gun's "25 Southerners to Follow on Instagram"
I'm thrilled to be listed as one of Garden & Gun's top 25 Southerners to Follow on Instagram!
"@Leighwebber The name Leigh Webber graced the pages of Garden & Gun’s latest Lakes issue, so you’re probably familiar with the South Carolina resident’s talent and eye for underwater photos. Her images will cool you off—even when the air conditioning and an iced sweet tea can’t seem to offer relief from the summer heat."more
Underwater Photos of Lake Jocassee in Garden & Gun
Traveling to Lake Jocassee on assignment for Garden & Gun was one of the highlights from last year.
Canoeing, waterfalls, and cliff jumping all piled into one glorious weekend in the mountains of SC.
Read more about it in the June/July issue of Garden & Gun!more
Featured in Post & Courier's "Charleston Scene"
Thank you for this wonderful write up, Post & Courier!
Leigh Webber wants you to jump, swim and dive in
By Scott Elingburg Special to The Post and Courier
Water creates its own metaphors. If you look and listen closely, you don’t have to work too hard to identify the metaphors; they happen naturally. And, usually, when they do, Leigh Webber is there to capture it with her camera.
"There are a lot of metaphors you can use with water,” Webber says. “And there’s a lot of psychology that goes into photographing people, too. Just in terms of getting them to do what you want them to do for your picture.”
Combining the two elements, water and people, is what Webber has done for a new series of underwater photographs, Dive In. And the combination has stirred up a new creativity in her work.
"This is probably the most artistic thing I’ve done,” she says. "It’s a whole new environment, which...more
"Arts Profile" in Charleston Magazine May 2018
I am thrilled to be featured as the "Arts Profile" for the May 2018 issue of Charleston Magazine!
Though I have photogrpahed for Charlesotn Magaizne many times over the years, this is the first time that I have been on the other side of the camera for them.
I feel very honored to have "Dive In" featured as well as my upcoming show at @fritzporterchs & my desire to do “something big” (and awesome) for @spoletofestivalusa in the future!more
Wiggy Kit Shoot on Harbor Island: Behind the Scenes
I was lucky enough to travel to Harbour Island in the Bahamas in earlly April for a photoshoot with Wiggy Kit, a resort wear line out of London.
Wiggy herself is wonderfully creative. She is a postivie force with excellent style and her line of resort wear reflects that.
These behind the scenes photos are from her blog!more
Interview with Prime Time Pretty
Pamela Lesch of Prime Time Pretty is one of the most genuine and heartfelt people I know. She is also one of the most talented estheticians and makeup artists that I know!
I am thrilled to be included in her collaboration with Diana Deaver, "The Photographer Project". Pamela worked her makeup magic on me and then I sat for a portrait by Diana. It was an incredible experience to be on the other side of the lens and makeup brush like that!
I loved answering her interview questions as they really made me sit down and think. Read below for my interview and go here to see more from this project!
What’s your birthdate?
August 13, 1975
When did you first pick up a camera? Tell me about that. When did you know you had a talent for photography? Natural talent or learned process?
My mom was...more
LEGO Calendar Features on A Photo Editor
It's always a thrill to have a promo featured on @APhotoEditor, moderated by Rob Haggart. This is my 2017 calendar that my 6-year old son Seamus and I made together. "He built them & I photographed them"!more
Photos of Julian Fellowes for the Charleston Library Society
Established December 28, 1748, the Charleston Library Society is one of the oldest libraries in the United States. I was thrilled to be asked to photograph their guest of honor, Julian Fellowes- who was most gracious and entertaining, on his grand tour of Charleston, SC!
From Town & Country: "The Oscar and Emmy award-winning creator of Downton Abbey will be the guest of honour at the series of events, which include an evening of conversation on 11 January and a literary luncheon on 12 January. Proceeds from all ticket sales will help fund the Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival, whose format will be modelled on the annual event in Sussex. Authors from all around the world will gather in South Carolina to discuss their works, sign books and meet readers for a truly...more
Photos of Charleston Library Society featured in Town & Country
It's an exciting week! Julian Fellowes is coming to Charleston and I'll be covering him for several days as he makes his tour of Charleston, put on by the Charleston Library Society.
Thank you to Town & Country UK for highlighting Charleston and his visit for us!more
"Get Fit" Feature Photographed for Charleston Magazine
There's nothing like starting off the new year with having a feature on getting fit published! Thank you to Charleston Magazine for having me to photograph each of these athletes and teachers. I was beyond inspired to get moving!more
Underwater Photos for RESORT 17' Bumby Collection for Marysia
It's always fun to see my photos in use! Last summer, I photographed the RESORT 17' Bumby Collection for Marysia here in Charleston. We did photos on land and underwater.
We were lucky enough to shoot at two adjacent houses on Sullivans Island that each has their own pool. Kids + 2 pools! + fashion = it doesn't get any more fun than this!more
"Take Home Charleston" Show at Gallery 26
There are only a few more weeks to enjoy the small works show, "Take Home Charleston " at Gallery 26 at the Vendue here in Charleston, SC. I'm so honored to be included in their show along with so many other artists I admire including one of my favorite painters, "Fred".more
Garden & Gun : Editorial Letter
I love seeing the "Palm at City Hall" photo, which I took in downtown Charleston during hurricane Matthew, being used in the latest issue of Garden & Gun.
You can buy a copy of the print here and support the Historical Charlesotn Foundaiton at the same time!more
Lowcountry Live : TV Debut
As someone who is used to being behind the camera and not in front of it, my first TV appearance was a little nerve wracking. But in all honesty, it was more exciting than anything.
I was flattered to be asked to come on and talk about the photos I'd taken here in Charleston during hurricane Matthew.
You can see the full segment here: Lowcountry Live : TV Debut
Proceeds from the fine art prints I am selling will go to benefit the Historic Charleston Foundation. Prices start at $150 and you can purchase them at shop.leighwebber.com.more
Cover of the Charleston City Paper
"86 cheese biscuits for Matthew". I love the humor that Nick's BBQ brought to their storm prep for hurricane Matthew. Thank you to the Charleston City Paper for using my photo on the cover and including more photos form my series in the latest issue.more
Garden & Gun Feature
Thank you to Garden & Gun for the feature of my photos, "Hurricane Matthew: Dispatch from Downtown Charleston" on both on their website and in their weekly newsletter, "Talk of the South".
I love that they used the photo of the palm tree in front of the Charleston court house on Broad Street. The palm is the symbol for the state of South Carolina and this photo feels very iconic to how Charleston has stood strong over the years.
Four select photos from this series are available as limited edition fine art prints. The proceeds will go to benefit the Historic Charleston Foundation for repairs caused by hurricane Matthew.more
Underwater Prints on "A Piece of Toast" Blog
How exciting to see my underwater photos on A Piece of Toast's IG feed & blog this morning under their "Current Vibes"!
Featured in Kiawah Legends Magazine
I am so thrilled to have my underwater photos featured in the 2016 issue of Kiawah Legends Magazine and on the cover!more
Published on National Geographic
I am beyond excited to learn that one of my underwater photos has been selected for National Geographic’s assignment, “The Pool”. A million thanks to Sherry Bruckbacher, photo editor for National Geographic for choosing my photo, out of thousands of submission, to be a part of the story. Thank you also to Chassity Evans of Look Linger Love for having me to photograph her adorable children! Credit also goes to Marysia swimwear for the adorable suits the kids are wearing.
It’s a great confidence boost to have one of my underwater images so publicly recognized. Time to jump back in and make more!more
Featured on A Photo Editor
It is a total honor to be featured on APhotoEditor.com I met with Jonathan Blaustein at PhotoNOLA a couple of weeks ago and got some pretty hard core criticism as I showed him images from my series, “Collect Moments Not Things”. I’m not sure anyone’s ever been so directly honest about my work. With a little time, I realized that as much as it hurt to hear his opinion, it was also some of the best advice I’ve ever gotten. Thankfully, at the end of our conversation, he gave me the opportunity to come home and send him a re-edit of 8 images that might be more tightly connected and I took that challenge to heart. So I’m pretty excited to have my work featured on A Photo Editor today.
You can read the entire post here.more