Bootsy Holler is an intuitive American artist who has worked in photography for 27 years. She is best known for her work as a portraitist, beginning with intimate depictions of herself and her friends at the center of Seattle’s pivotal music scene during the early 1990s. These formative years working both ends of the lens cemented her style and methodology. Her personal journalistic approach informed her work as she segued into a thriving commercial and editorial practice while at the same time always creating art. Her art revolves around family, memory, emotions, eco-feminism, and giving feeling to the inanimate.