Nikki Sumrow is a fine art photographer in North Texas. Whether she’s capturing a vast landscape or water drops on a flower, she aims to show that beauty can be found anywhere in nature. She uses natural light, simple composition and creative processing to convey a mood, tell a story or highlight the small details that make nature so interesting.
When she's not getting lost on nature trails, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading books and giving belly rubs to her dog.
Nikki's work has been featured by WFAA News in Dallas, Texas; Frisco STYLE Magazine; the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden; and Canon. She also showed her work in the Eleven Women Photographers exhibition at the Grackle Art Gallery during Spring 2018 Gallery Night in Fort Worth, Texas. In fall 2018, she won first place in the amateur category of the White Rock Lake Conservancy photo competition.