Janie Fitzgerald Photography, Architecture photographer.
Janie Fitzgerald is an American photographer established as a specialist in the field of 360 degree immersive imaging for the last two decades.
She grew up in LA, a city with great music, art and film, and an amazing landscape with plenty of inspiration to draw upon. In an expansive array, from the natural beauty of Malibu to the ever-evolving architecture in the city and the desert valley, this strange and wonderful backdrop led her to become enamored with photography. Starting off in documentary, and producing stills on film sets, she opened a studio in Hollywood focused on portrait work and architecture.
The turning point into 360 degree work was when her love for photography and interest in technology came together in the form of a unique assignment from Apple, when she was commissioned to create work for the groundbreaking release of their virtual reality format, QuickTimeVR. Fortunate to be one of the first photographers to work in 360, she gained recognition for her creative and innovative work in the new medium. Her photographs chronicle unique environments and interesting events, from Unesco World Heritage Sites, to Apple Stores, to Carnegie Hall.
Patina Restaurant Group
Anaheim Stadium, Edison Field
Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority
National Park Service / Manzanar
Air New Zealand
Yamashiro Restaurant, Los Angeles
Active Film, Germany
Drama Productions, London
Hollywood Hills Hotel
Eller Media Group
Los Angeles Times, Missions of California
Arcosanti Arts Center
Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce
Village School, Pacific Palisades
The Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas
University of Virginia, Miller Center
Yosemite National Park
230-Fifth, New York City
Magic Castle Hotel
Wyland Art Gallery
Disney Golden Oak Ranch