When I hired Amanda to shoot images for our magazine’s annual beaches shoot, all that I asked was that she deliver photos of people frolicking and enjoying San Francisco’s popular Baker Beach. She went above and beyond on the job, recruiting dancers from her community of artists, and delivering beautifully composed images full of movement and joy that far exceeded my expectations. She thinks outside the box of traditional photography, has an energy that’s infectious, and delivers quality work... making my job that much easier!
— Mirissa Neff, Creative Director and Multimedia Producer
I have had two photo shoots with Amanda over the last decade and of the many shoots I’ve experienced in a lifetime of dance and yoga, Amanda stands above the crowd as a true artist. I found myself able to let go and reveal my deepest self. This is a rare gift. The photos from my sessions with Amanda embody who I am as a healer, dancer and human being, recording for all eternity, precious moments of sharing from my heart. This has been invaluable in my promotional flyers, web sites, newsletters and networking efforts. I urge anyone who wants to collaborate art, spirit and truth, while actually enjoying the process as effortless an flowing, to work/play with Amanda.
— Neva Ingalls, Yoga and Dance Instructor
Amanda Boggs’ portraits of families and children manage to capture the special personalities and aspirations of these families – and they also place the families in the context of their housing and neighborhood surroundings in a way that illustrates the policy challenges that we face. A most insightful and impressive photographer.
— Phil Tegeler, Executive Director Poverty and Race Research Action Council
Amanda’s compelling portraits of over twenty of our organization’s notable clients in a range of civil rights cases are displayed throughout our office. As many visitors to our office have noted, her photographs capture the spirit and courage of individuals confronting injustice and convey a powerful message about the ongoing mission of our organization. Amanda is a gifted artist with a special ability to relate to her subjects.
— Da’aga Hill Bowman, Director Development & Communications Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs