Ars longa, vita brevis. In fact, I'd like to steal this painting. By appointment only.

Renay Elle Morris

_ a career in brief 

(USA – BFA_ Graphic Design/Photography)

 is an internationally recognized writer, award-winning graphic designer and photographer with expertise in advertising and marketing communications, Renay's career includes the combination of graphics and photography for use in various mediums. As a creative director, she has led teams in the development of media programs for private and public organizations which have included; Universal Pictures, Sony Music/CBS Records, CBS Publications, and TDS Time Warner. Under the umbrella of CorporateIDeasWorldwide, and (formerly), Renay maintains a platform for visual communications and consultation for a global clientele.

As a journalist and member of the US and overseas press communities, Renay was the international news editor and feature writer for Picture magazine_ a nominee for the coveted “Lucie” award. In addition, as of 2016, she is currently the editor_ photographic & fine art development/content for Arstler. Her career in this arena, has afforded her access to an outstanding list of celebrated creatives_ including profiles of members of the Magnum Group.

Currently, her primary direction is fine art photography presented in large-scale format. Renay participates in gallery exhibitions in the United States and abroad with representation and has recently been awarded a Grant from her series_ MDina Cathedral APS Contemporary Art Biennale _2017 Malta / The Mediterranean: A Sea of Conflicting Spiritualites, and her award-wining participation in the 1st International Contemporary Women's Art Biennale_ 2018 Kaunas, Lithuania /
My Story. September 2019 she returns to Kaunas for her solo exhibition.

Renay is available for seminars on the consideration of aesthetics in photography and is available for portfolio reviews, lecture programs, photography workshops and other photography–related projects through her wiebsite's International Assignment Desk.  / /