Cara Pastore is owner and founder of F22 Studio and has extensive experience as a photographer, director of photography, documentary event, tour and brand photographer. As a Journalism and Fine Art graduate of the University of Rhode Island, she has traveled the globe documenting and assisting brands, leaders and entertainers. F22 Studio is a dynamic company with an extensive track record in image creation, photography and marketing services for music and economic development industries. From conceptualizing annual reports and marketing materials to creating captivating portraits, stock libraries, behind the scenes production stills and event photography, F22 Studio helps drive the marketing content of a wide range of brands, nonprofits, travel, tourism and entertainment companies .
Through her work as a creative director, community organizer and philanthropist, Cara Pastore celebrates and advances our histories, talents, and diversities. Cara Pastore has supported a host of community development initiatives as well as international philanthropic projects including photography and mentoring partnerships with Girl Scouts of America,The Otis Redding Foundation, Be Proactive Foundation, Georgia Innocence Project, The Susan G Komen Foundation, and The Professional Photographers of America.
F22 Studio photographs can be viewed throughout Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport’s permanent train tunnel imaging and have been featured in Microsoft’s Russell Wilson’s Xbox workout, SXSW, Telemundo, BMI, SESAC, PF FLYERS, Vibe Magazine, Scratch Magazine, Wax Poetic, The Miami Herald, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, and Georgia Music Magazine. Clients include the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Georgia Music Partners, Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Office, Georgia Technology Authority, Noble Investment, W Hotels, Ogilvy Public Relations, PPA, CDC, WIFTA, LexRecords, SlipNSlide, Universal and Atlantic Records, City of Atlanta, the Quebec and Bahrain Government .