Ansa du Toit, who grew up in South Africa, resides in Orlando, Florida, with her husband and two children. Originally inspired by her father’s enthusiasm for photography, Ansa now works as a professional photographer, shooting creative portraits, head shots and weddings. She also produces fine art images that includes landscapes, abstracts, macro and amazing high-speed water photography. Ansa’s work has been exhibited at Crealdè School of Art, Osceola Arts, the Winter Garden Art Gallery and a show titled ‘Composing with Color’ in Paris. She is a certified Florida Camera Club Council (F3C) judge and has taught high school photography.
As an artist, Ansa feels that capturing the light is everything! Its elusive quality can transform a figure or a landscape in just a matter of seconds. She strives to convey that sense of place and emotion by capturing its fleeting magic with her camera. Her work wins many awards from the Orlando Camera Club and achieves high scores in F3C competitions.
Matt worked as a Director of Operations in the food service/hospitality industry for over 27 years, followed by another 5 years directing flight and ground operations in the luxury transportation field. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Shippensburg University, and is originally from south central Pennsylvania. He now works full time growing his photography business with Ansa and lives with his wife Julie in Winter Garden, FL.
Although a photography enthusiast for many years, Matt only began shooting seriously within the last ten years. He has photographed weddings, business conventions/meetings, portraits, real estate/architecture, fine art images, and digital composites, and sold work to various clients in all of those genres. His works have been displayed in fine art galleries and exhibits, and have also been used by corporate clients in both print and digital formats.
A big believer in giving back to the community, Matt regularly donates his time and photography services for various charitable organizations and events. He is also an active member of the Orlando Camera Club (OCC), a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the skill levels of both professional and hobbyist photographers. Matt sits on the board of directors for the OCC and is currently the President-Elect of the club, having served as both Vice-President and Director of Competitions in the past.