Sylvia Cook is lucky enough to call the Pacific Northwest home, settling in the Seattle area during her school years. Growing up with a father who was a photographer, she learned to appreciate the great outdoors from an early age. Weekends were spent hiking in the mountains and learning and watching her father take photographs.

There was a natural evolution of her hobby into both a portrait business and selling her fine art photography. Everything in the world around her is inspiring, from the tiniest mushroom in the grass, to the vast landscapes of her travels. Influenced by the shabby chic, cottage style of home decor, you will find her floral images sophisticated, elegant and feminine. Her work has been called gracefully soothing, warm, comforting and versatile.

It has been said that "Her beach images stir the imagination, pull you into the scene and again, feel warm and comforting. Almost like a vintage poster, the soft fading and muted tones have a unique way of adding depth and a bit of mystery to the image. They always make you wonder what it would have been like to be in that moment, appreciating all that was there to see and experience."

Sylvia's work can be seen featured and shared in numerous places:

Published in the Summer 2013 issue of Somerset Life Magazine-

Seen on Refinery 29

Fine art and home decor products are available in numerous online shopping sites as well as stores worldwide.  Find her fine art photography and home goods products on KessinHouse, Etsy, DiaNoche Designs, Society6, Prints on Wood, Displate, Fine Art America, Crated, Eframe, BoomBoom Prints, The Kase (France) Art of Where (Canada) Crea Cover (Italy) PI Creative (Canada), Hurunia (Japan), and more.