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Beatrice Murch is a documentary and portrait photographer based in Buenos Aires, available to capture your new headshot, document your special event, or help you tell your story. Get in touch to schedule your shoot!

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See my exhibit "Jacarandas of Buenos Aires" at the Jardín Botánico

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Maternity photoshoot under the Jacarandas

Maternity photo shoots are about capturing the love, the “glow”, and the beauty of this incredible moment in life and honoring and conveying the incredible bond that mothers carrying their unborn children have during those nine precious months.

Successful opening and a bit of press

The show had quite a successful opening on Saturday November 4th; the day was bright and cheerful, the crowd was interested and interesting and the photos all looked great hung up on the walls. Clarin included the show in a recent article about Jacarandas.

About

Beatrice shooting a portrait
Beatrice shooting a portrait

Beatrice Murch is a documentary and portrait photographer based in Buenos Aires. Using natural light and a photojournalistic style she captures the natural beauty that is inside everyone and every environment.  She can take your new headshot for your business, document your special event, or help you tell the story of your work for your website or your social media campaign. Get in touch to schedule your shoot!

Available for freelance work in Buenos Aires, Beatrice looks forward to working with you to to get the image you want. Beatrice loves to take pictures capturing overlooked scenes, thoughts and beautiful light. Most of all, she loves the Trees of Buenos Aires.

Her photos have been described as emotionally resonant, and detail oriented. “She has a fantastic eye for finding the most amazing details. You can really feel the emotions pour out of her shots.”

Her photos have been published in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Latino Fox News, The Telegraph, Time Out Buenos Aires, Matador Network, BBC, The Argentina Independent, and Womenkind Magazine, among other publications.

With North American and English roots, she has traveled throughout South America, and has made her home in Buenos Aires since 2006.

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