Award winning photographer Katia Beebe says a memory can be as elusive as a dream, as precious as a jewel! That’s why it’s so important to capture each and every one on camera.
Born in Bulgaria, Ms. Beebe is a US citizen. She graduated from Geneva University. She speaks English, French, Spanish, German and Bulgarian, with a good knowledge in Italian and Portuguese. She has lived all over Europe, South America and the Middle East.
Ms. Beebe was an international writer and photojournalist for many publications. She worked with Life Magazine, National Geographic, Time, Town and Country, Travel and Leisure, Signature, and The Museum of Natural history magazine; publications relating to travel and anthropology, as a researcher, photographer and writer. She traveled the world for major advertising campaigns, such as American Airlines, Air New Zealand, Pan American, Bank of America and many others.
She was the casting director for Woody Allen’s, “Take the Money and Run” and had a bit part in the iconic film, “Harold and Maude”: see below.
She was a founding member of The Image Bank, New York based international photo agency with 50 offices worldwide. As Vice President, she organized and managed the systems and marketing strategy. Eastman Kodak bought the company and now it was acquired by the Getty organization.
Ms.Beebe was Vice President of Creative Development and Director of Music for a Better World. She raised the financing and assisted in the production and marketing of recordings such as “Pulse of the Planet” for Planet Live, a Ted Turner environmental organization, records for the American Youth Orchestra, as well as “Give A Little Love” with Ben Vereen.
She produced a feature length film:” Living on Borrowed Time” starring Rod Steiger and John Hurt. Filmed in Budapest, Hungary, it was released in Europe and on video.