Julia Featheringill is a Boston-based photographer specializing in art documentation, cultural heritage imaging and architecture/design photography. Julia has been turning a critical eye towards imagery since her days studying Art History for her BA at UGA. She went on to study as an artist, earning her MFA in Photography from Cornell University. She cut her teeth as a museum photographer at the Johnson Museum, Cornell University and then went on to spend 15 years honing her technical skills in cultural heritage imaging for Harvard Library. She now spends her time helping individual artists, galleries, museums, historical collections, architects and designers bring their work to the world with the highest quality digital images. With her artist’s eye and rigorous technical skills, Julia looks to collaborate with her clients to produce imagery that represents exactly what the client would like to communicate with their work.