“Life in the fast lane never lasts long,” claims Ingrid Larnis when discussing
her early career as a Beacon Hill model and New York City photographer. Her
current California lifestyle may not move as quickly, but it has afforded her no
fewer opportunities for accomplishment, the most recent being her joint effort
with Jim Arnold, Wine Clubs of Sonoma County.
Larnis was born in Framingham, Massachusetts in 1955. She spent the 1970s and
early 1980s as a model, photographer, and costume designer for rock bands of the
era such as Aerosmith. Looking for a change of pace, she moved out west to study
at the University of California at Berkeley, where she earned a certificate in
garden design. Today, in Camp Meeker, California, Larnis works as a photographer
and graphic artist.
In her local community, Larnis has volunteered with the Friends of the Urban
Forest, served as assistant editor of the San Francisco Rose Society's
newsletter, and designed gardens for local schools and churches.
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