About Eddie & Blue Corvus Photography

Born in Guadalajara, Mexico and adopted by parents from California, Eddie grew up in the urban setting of Eastern Los Angeles and in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Foothills in close proximity to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.  These locals left a lasting impression on him and developed his love for his home State of California.  

Eddie's work captures the world around us. He celebrates not only the breathtaking gems of nature, the amazing architecture of cities, but also the humanity and compassion of community benefit organizations.

Blue Corvus Photography has captured the people, places and organizations that make up the non-profit sector. Blue Corvus Photography has donated his services with the following Community Benefit Organizations:

-The American Red Cross of the Central Valley 2015-2018
-Susan G Komen 2017
-Leadership Fresno Alumni Association 2016-2018
-The Downtown Fresno Partnership 2017 

Fine art and photojournalistic photography are both the perfect devices, which allows Eddie to communicate with those who see his work and share his vision. They see what he sees and how the world is viewed through his eyes and lens.

Blue Corvus Photography has been featured on or displayed in the following places and print media: 

-Kaweah Delta Hospital, Visalia, CA
-Rio Acai Bowl, Downtown Fresno, CA
-Cover Photo for Clovis Chamber of Commerce 2017 Clovis Lifestyle & Resource Guide
-Cover Photo for Clovis Chamber of Commerce 2018 Clovis Lifestyle & Resource Guide
-Cover Photo The Exchange Professional Exchange Service Corporation, Physicians Directory 2018 

Thank you for visiting Blue Corvus Photography

"We must look at the lens through which we see the world, as well as the world we see, and that the lens itself shapes how we interpret the world."
-Stephen R. Covey 

"We all see the world through our own lens, crafted by the life we have led, the experiences we have had, the lessons we have learned, our dreams and aspirations, our beliefs and values." 
-Yosemite National Park, @YosemiteNPS on Twitter