Flor Blake is a portrait, editorial, and commercial photographer with a style consisting of imaginative, vibrant, and dynamic imagery.
She grew up in the Caribbean (Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico) where you are automatically surrounded by color, rawness, vivacity and "flavor", all of these elements greatly influence her work. With a Fashion Designer as a mom, Flor grew up among fabrics, patterns and sketches, she even stitched her fingers a couple of times when playing in her mom's workroom. All of this helped shape her aesthetic and gave her a great understanding of how design and the creative process in general works.
Her professional background includes all aspects of theater, documentary coordination, video production and editing, and a degree in Advertising from the University of Puerto Rico.
She loves traveling (even if it's across the street), eating delicious food, and celebrating people's birthdays.
Featured works for ALEF 2016
The roots of our motherland. This majestic tree reminds us how mother nature is not only bigger than all of us but it also gives us life in every breath.
Earth's Heart was created in El Yunque Rainforest, one of the amazing protected areas of Puerto Rico. El Yunque is a magical place to photograph, to get inspired, and to just be one with nature.