Fran McMullen, Connecticut Fine Art & Editorial Photographer -Commercial, editorial, weddings, portraits
Fran McMullen, an editorial and fine art photographer, currently lives in her native
Connecticut in the small coastal town of Branford. Photographing daily, while sharing
life with her 2 teenagers, Roland and Carmen, and numerous pets keeps her busy.
Influenced by her father’s career as a photographer, Fran had her first work published
at age 14. She received her BFA in Photography from Paier College of Art in
Connecticut. Her fine art work has been exhibited, shown and received awards
throughout New England.
An avid kayaker, Fran kayaks 10 months out of the year and many of her shots are
taken from the kayak, allowing her to venture to places otherwise unseen. Braving the
elements you can find her on the beach year round in search of the perfect sunset.
Fran’s editorial assignments consistently appear in the 5 magazines of Moffly Media
Publications. Editorial work has also taken Fran to places such as Ireland and Haiti.
In addition to her fine art and editorial work Fran is involved in philanthropic work and
regularly contributes her photographic services to non-profit agencies such as, High
Hopes Therapeutic Riding, Long Wharf Theater, AIDS Project New Haven, and The CT
Down Syndrome Congress.
My camera, having been my constant companion since age 14, has taken me on an
extraordinary journey, from darkroom to digital, editorial and reportage to capturing
With my current work, The Uncommon Landscape, I explore transforming the
seemingly ordinary and everyday scene into a visual experience woven with light, color
and shape. My goal is to evoke an emotional response from viewers, providing
inspiration to appreciate something they have seen many times, but never really took