A chameleon adapts to the outside environment by changing it's color to be safe, while the human body's vessel stays consistent in tonal value.
Lennette Newell is a San Francisco Bay Area based photographer specializing in commercial and advertising photography. Her work captures the dynamic lifestyles of people and animals. Clients include Procter & Gamble, Purina, Nintendo, Del Monte and Clorox. Lennette is from Kimball, Nebraska. Her formal photographic training began at the University ofNebraska studying photojournalism. She then moved west to attend Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California, focusing on portraiture. After completing the coursework at Brooks Institute she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and launched a career in commercial and advertising photography. Her work has received accolades from Graphis, American Photography, PDN, International Photography Awards, Black & White Spider Awards, Masters Cup, Hasselblad Masters and just selected for Luerzer's 200 Best Advertising Photographers.