At an early age, Julie felt the need to see the world and all the essence it had to offer. Graduating from college in upstate NY, Julie started her journey across America’s National Parks taking her first job in Yosemite National Park. The dramatic landscapes of America’s West Coast increased her love for travel and photography, which led her across 25 countries, finally bringing Julie to the shores of The Caribbean. After being introduced to diving in The Galapagos Islands, Julie arrived in the Cayman Islands in 1994 and took her first job as Scuba Dive Instructor and Underwater Photographer where she fell in love with the ocean its inherent mystery and depth. Throughout her many travels, her cameras have never left her side, rather evolved with her ever-deepening awe of nature capturing what she saw yet felt she could not put into words.
Today, as a Caymanian and an integral part of the unique Caribbean community, Julie is proud and honored to have been published in the New York Times, Robb Report, Cayman Skies, Destination Cayman, The Resident and Key to Cayman. Shepaired talent and inspiration with Colin and Justin TV, designer Kate Thornley Hall and with two time Emmy Award winner Christina Cindrich alongside having worked on several large tourism projects with the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.
Julie’s vision and love of natureforever growing as she discovers new ways to bring her art to life. Julie Corsetti Photography provides lifesized, fine wall art in a medium that encompasses the depth and spirit of everything that constitutes the Cayman Islands and her travels. Her art appears on walls of homes, Hotel lobbies, offices in Saudi Arabia, the United States, South Africa, Canada and wherever a buyer felt they needed a piece of Cayman or the world.