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Meet Caprice Conley of Caprice Films

Today we’d like to introduce you to Caprice Conley.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.

I am a creator at heart.  I see the world in my own unique way.  This ability and keen eye, along with a passion and dedication to capturing rare world situations I find myself in, sharing them with the public.

It wasn’t always this way, I first found myself making films and learning from some of the most seasoned in the business.  I worked on sets that had mechanical effects, fire stunts and explosions.

It is perhaps during this time in my life that my passion to capture images manifested on both on film and digitally.  As the years went on my strong foundation and enthusiasm to seize that moment in time for the world to see began to flourish, peaking my interest in still photography.

Has it been a smooth road?

As with most people, the road I have travelled has always been a bit rocky and had its bumps along the way.  As I began my way into the world of photography, I’ve found myself in  situations that weren’t always easy to capture.   One of the most profound instances of this is the Borderline shooting, where I found myself as a bystander.  I was able to capture some of the most unscripted human moments I will see, in which my photos caught the attention of various news outlets.  My desire to share what I am going through so that others may learn and see what they may not see in their day to day life, drives me to photograph in a selfless way.

I’ve worked my way into being a Circle 7 photographer for ABC 7 Eyewitness news over the years.  I use my photography to tell a story, whether it is my story or someone else’s.   My photos around Downtown L.A. caught their attention, and I’ve been featured a few times on television.   It hasn’t been easy to bring L.A. to life in a unique way in areas that haven’t already been seen before.  When you look at my photos I want people to feel them, just as I felt taking them.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
I am a freelance photographer that also runs a small press outlet

I specialize in a wide range of photography, from pop culture conventions, press junkets, fashion shows and street art.

I am most proud that I am equally as comfortable shooting on a red carpet at a film premiere, as I am shooting fire breathing street performers in Downtown LA. My diversity and adaptability set me apart from others.

Is our city a good place to do what you do?
I think our city is the perfect place for all creative mediums. All roads should lead to L.A. They may all be congested with traffic but worth the effort to get here.

We have everything a creative heart could desire, from beautiful beaches and sunsets, colorful and interesting people, culture and history, and just the right amount of glamour and grit right around every corner.

Contact Info:

  • Email:
  • Instagram: @capricefims
  • Twitter: @capricefims

Image Credit:
Model & MUA @diamondmoon09 (female Day of the dead); Orange skeleton model @butch_locsin_from_la; Doctor Strange cosplay model @chadhatter; Fire Skeleton model @iamjustcause; Photo of me holding camera taken by photographer @pixbyfern; Otherwise all photos taken by myself @capricefilms.

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1 Comment

  1. Calvin

    October 1, 2019 at 18:25

    Congrats Caprice! 🙂

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