Esther Wayne is a photographer, filmmaker, and artist based in Pittsburgh.
Her photography varies from fine art to documentary and commercial. Often a quiet, contemplative and poetic nature is reflected through her work. Her photographs have been featured regionally.
As a filmmaker, she has made several short narrative and documentary films. She enjoys all aspects of crafting a story from start to finish. An advocate for human, animal and environmental rights, she works on creating films that bring awareness and positive change. Her most recent film, Saving Randy, was an official selection in the Global Impact film festival, and Pembroke Taparelli Arts and Film Festival. She is hoping to expand it to a larger project to bring awareness to the animal cruelty taking place in Kuwait. To find out more visit: www.savingrandy.com, and www.wingsoflovekuwait.com where you can donate and help other dogs like Randy find a loving home.