Debbie Bice is a fine art photographer whose subjects include architecture, landscapes, street photography and wild life. Her travels extend internationally capturing the magic of different physical locations and cultures.
Debbie graduated from Kent State University with a BS degree in Industrial Engineering. She lived in Warren, Ohio while working for a Fortune 500 electronics firm. Her artistic process began on a special engineering assignment in Alabama across the border from her home town Pensacola, Florida. Her dream was to write a book about a unique childhood growing up in the Florida Panhandle during the 60's and 70's. While on assignment she covered much of the area and found great fodder for her book. Working long hours made it difficult to remember the exact details of scenes she wanted to recreate. She started using photography to help remember inspirations for book chapters. She found herself photographing more and writing less. The photography became more emotionally meaningful.
Debbie has pursued her fine art photography for over fifteen years. She travels the globe chasing light in pursuit of the true beauty of any subject. Her photographic art includes macro, landscapes and street photography. She has been president of one the top rated photographic clubs in the U.S. as well as a judge for national and international competitions. Currently she is on the board of Southern Utah Art Guild, Chair for the Arrowhead Galley and a member of the Women Out West Professional Artist of Utah. She has been published in various photography magazines and in a periodical in Dulwich, England as well as featured on state calendars. Her art can be viewed at several art galleries in Washington County. She has been a part of the Dixie State University's Business of Art teaching classes and workshops as well as private lessons. To Debbie photography isn’t just an art it is a passion in which she enjoys sharing her skills and experiences through teaching.