Jessica Cardelucci grew up in the small beach town of Corona del Mar, California where she developed a passion for understanding the beauty in nature by spending time at the beach and competitively riding horses. From her early life experiences, Jessica realized that she could transfer this passion for recognizing natural beauty onto a picture where she can spread this to everyone who views her art. Jessica’s goals for producing the perfect picture do not follow those of most other photographers but rather she strives to make sure that everyone who lays eyes on the photos she creates fall in love with them the same way she did when she took them. To her, every photo is unique and represents a specific moment in time which can never be looked at in the same way again. Just from viewing her photos, one can appreciate how important it is to stop and observe whats around us because most of the time it is easy to pass by.
To further her career, Jessica attended Chapman University where she obtained a BFA in graphic design graduating cum laude in her class. With her design being recognized on Good Morning America and having her logos represented at PGA golf tours, Jessica quickly emerged in the Graphic design industry for her hard work ethic and excellent communication skills. However, Jessica learned from her studies that knowledge doesn’t necessarily mean achieving high grades, but rather being able to recognize how to intertwine passion with reality. In this case Jessica has focused on developing her own photography business by using her design background to further her brand Cardelucci Inc., founded in 2011.
Jessica’s work ethic and creative skills have kept her business thriving and moving forward keeping her focused on how she can help her clients and those who view her pictures to appreciate the symbolic beauty that lie hidden in each photograph she snaps. Moving back and forth between photography and graphic design, Jessica has put most of her focus on creating breath taking pictures. Traveling has been something that helped inspire Jessica to take unique pictures while visiting the Galapagos Islands, the ruins of Macchu Picchu, and across Europe. These experiences have helped Jessica develop her business to find ways to approach projects from a multidimensional approach. One way she has done this is from her recent production of wood prints in which she prints her photographs directly onto wood. Not only do the colors of the photos compliment the curvature of the wood, but each print is one of a kind and unique to its original wood grain.
Jessica has positioned herself to take a unique approach to anything she produces and strives to share her passion with everyone around her. Cardelucci Inc. represents a foundation for creating, innovating, and providing the highest quality work.