Catherine Just is an award winning photographer, artist and activist based in Los Angeles, California. Her work has been published on the cover of National Geographic Magazine, inside O Magazine, Photo District News Magazine and shown through out the US and France. She travels internationally with her 4x5 camera, Polaroid, Pinhole and other alternative film cameras. Catherine leads photography retreats for women in Paris, Oaxaca, Barcelona, Marrakech, Provence and Malibu that focus on deeper expression through an immersive experience.  Her commercial clients include Carrie-Anne Moss, actress and founder of Annapurna Living, Miguel Ruiz, author of the Four Agreements, Danielle Laporte, author of the Desire Map, Makenna Held, Owner of La Pitchoune ( Julia Child's Summer home in the South of France ) and Alo Records.

Catherine is the founder of the Max Harrison Foundation ( named after her son, Max Harrison who happens to have Down syndrome ). A program is currently being created teaching kids who have Down syndrome how to use cameras for self expression.

After getting sober from a crystal meth addiction at the age of 18, ( August 18th, 1987 ) Catherine has been using photography and the arts as a tool for transformation and offers this approach to others seeking to find new ways of living without drugs and alcohol. She’s currently working on a book of portraits of high profile Actors, Rockstars, Directors, Comedians, Artists, Poets, Dancers, etc.. who happen to be sober. Through Portraits and Interviews this book offers hope to the addict who still suffers.

Contact the artist to purchase her work or to book a session at support@catherinejust.com

To donate to the Max Harrison Foundation or to help fund the Book of Hope for the Addict who still suffers ( still working on title ) Please contact us at support@catherinejust.com.


Click HERE for Catherine's C.V.