Who Visions Photography

Homegrown from the soils of Palm Beach, FL we are dedicated in furthering high end visual art and artists specializing in photography, film, fashion, glamour, and visual brand marketing across the globe; Because we believe in bringing your finest vision to light. We are Artists. This is Who We Are. This is Our Vision. So Who are You? What is Your Vision?
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Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2013 Who Visions

Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2013 Who Visions

Winter Storm Nika   Shot by Superdave Houdini © 2015 Who Visions

Winter Storm Nika Shot by Superdave Houdini © 2015 Who Visions

"Captain your Life"  Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2015 Who Visions Photography

"Captain your Life" Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2015 Who Visions Photography

“Do you google?” Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

“Do you google?” Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

"High Rise Apartments."  Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

" Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

Tears for Heavy Metal  Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

Tears for Heavy Metal Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

Who Shot Ya!? #40  "Love is Art imitating art capturing art."  Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2014 Who Visions

Who Shot Ya! "Love is Art imitating art capturing art." Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2014 Who Visions

Freedom Tower  A top the World Trade Center sits a 408 foot tall spire raising the building’s height to a symbolic 1,776 feet crowning it to being the tallest building in the western hemisphere.  “In particular, the spire which holds the beacon light, shining out at the symbolic height of 1,776 feet, is especially poignant – echoing the similarly symbolic  beacon atop the Statue of Liberty across the water.”    © 2013 Who Visions Photography by Superdave Houdini

Freedom Tower A top the World Trade Center sits a 408 foot tall spire raising the building’s height to a symbolic 1,776 feet crowning it to being the tallest building in the western hemisphere. “In particular, the spire which holds the beacon light, shining out at the symbolic height of 1,776 feet, is especially poignant – echoing the similarly symbolic beacon atop the Statue of Liberty across the water.” © 2013 Who Visions Photography by Superdave Houdini

"Walking Down Fulton Street"  Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

"Walking Down Fulton Street" Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

South Beach View from The W  Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2013 Who Visions Photography

South Beach View from The W Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2013 Who Visions Photography

Who Shot Ya # 111  "New York City Lights"  Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

Who Shot Ya # 111 "New York City Lights" Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

Who Shot Ya #66  “Architecture and symbolism at it's best”  Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

Who Shot Ya “Architecture and symbolism at it's best” Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

Who Shot Ya!? #41  "West 14th Street." Photography by Superdave Houdini  © 2014 WHo Visions

Who Shot Ya!" Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2014 WHo Visions

Who Shot Ya #19  Winters at Pelham Prkwy Station  "The 2 train heads downtown towards Manhattan treading over the snow covered tracks."  Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2014 Who Visions

Who Shot Ya Winters at Pelham Prkwy Station "The 2 train heads downtown towards Manhattan treading over the snow covered tracks." Photography by Superdave Houdini © 2014 Who Visions

The unfinished One World Trade Center as seen from Fulton Street in the Financial district of Manhattan, New York.  Shot by Superdave Houdini © 2012 Whovisions

The unfinished One World Trade Center as seen from Fulton Street in the Financial district of Manhattan, New York. Shot by Superdave Houdini © 2012 Whovisions

"Looking east, past the river to Brooklyn."  Photography by Superdave Houdini  Who Visions Photography © 2014

"Looking east, past the river to Brooklyn." Photography by Superdave Houdini Who Visions Photography © 2014

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