FINE ART

Karen Somers & Company creates iconic fine art photos for the sets of television series and movies. The photos are used by the production design team as the art on the walls of their Hollywood sets. Karen Somers & Company concepts and shoots one-of-a-kind fine art photo installations that visually mirror the emotional tone that the actors, screenwriters and directors are creating.

These fine art photos are also admired by individuals who buy the fine art photos for personal collections. Karen Somers, the owner of the creative studio, has shown her work in galleries around Los Angeles.

Clients include: Showtime “Weeds” (all six seasons), ABC “Parks and Rec”(Season One and Two), “Notes From The Underbelly” (Seasons One and Two), ABC “…and “Man Up” .

MULANEY

Fox’s multi-cam comedy series “Mulaney” presented nineteen of my fine art images recently. The producers wanted to stage a “real” gallery show that would feature the work of one photographer. I drew the lucky straw and fine art images that I’ve shot from around the world found themselves on the stages at CBS Radford. It was a thrill for me to see my work on “Mulaney’s” gallery set as the all star cast worked through their rehearsal before shooting the next day.

ABC PARKS AND REC

Karen Somers & Company created the fine art images for Rob Lowe’s character’s office on the set of ABC’s “Parks and Recreation”. His character is an overly zealous health nut that constantly works out. The images created specifically for this set features a images that echo his athletic interests.

SHOWTIME “WEEDS”

Karen Somers & Company created a series of fine art photos for the set decoration on Showtime’s hit series “Weeds” this season. The collection featured classic images of New York City with a modern twist.

THAILAND

Whenever I’m traveling, I take the time out to shoot my interpretation of the new world around me. I was recently in Chiang Mai Thailand shooting for Universal and on my days off would wander the streets looking for photographic inspiration. There was a lot there. Here are a few of those moments.