Willetta Crowe is a photographer documenting rural North Texas and her travels. Her work celebrates nature, community, family and history.
Her interest began as a high school photographer before the digital era. She learned to shoot, process film and print images.
She developed her eye for visual storytelling through college art courses; her careers in advertising, newspaper design, and education; and her family. Photography has always been a part of her life.
She earned Best of Show in the 2015 State Fair of Texas photography contest, as well as First Place in the "people category" and Second Place in the "landscape category" in 2016’s contest.
Her work has been included in art fairs and shows including Texas Photography Society exhibits, and Texas Tech’s International Cultural Center’s 'High & Dry Photography Exhibits'.