About Us

About Us

Cecile Storm Pictures is represented by a dedicated and talented team of individuals with professional working experience in photography. The core team consists of the founder of Cecile Storm Pictures, and Editor in Chief, Cecile Storm.

Cecile Storm is the author and founder of Cecile Storm Pictures. While she spent the majority of his adult life pursuing technology, she discovered photography as his true passion after the birth of his first child. Not happy with pictures from a point and shoot camera, Cecile decided to purchase a Nikon DSLR to preserve memories of his family and that’s what started his journey into the world of digital photography. Today, Cecile is recognized as one of the leading educators in photography, conducting workshops, producing educational videos and frequently writing content for Cecile Storm Pictures. When not doing photography, she enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and reading books.

Harvey Medina is a landscape and nature photographer who has been recognized and displayed in leading photography galleries worldwide. In 2018 and 2019, his work was shown in the Museum of Natural History for the “Nature’s Best Photography” exhibition. He has given numerous talks on photography, written for magazines and been interviewed. In his free time, you’ll find him hiking and camping in search of beautiful light.

Barry Phillips is a photographer/videographer based in Columbus, OH. Barry’s passion for all things visual began over 2 decades ago. After leaving corporate life and opening his business Barry has continued to pursue his creative passions with photography and videography. He creates and produces a wide range of posters including safety, wellness, anti-bullying, and respectful workplace, as well as a wide assortment of inspirational posters He specializes in industrial photography and safety and corporate videos doing work primarily for business-to-business clients. His work also extends into landscape and nature photography, as well as experimenting with photo art.


Ms. Cecile’s images mark an exchange of trust and compassion. But by consenting to be photographed at their most vulnerable, the people depicted in these images also demonstrate a rare bravery.