Cosette Richard is a Green Bay based photographer. Cosette Richard's journey into photography began as a research scholar and documentarian in the streets of New Orleans. As a member of New Orleans cultural arts and parading traditions, Cosette Richard who, has masked Black Indian, Baby Doll, marched in Mardi Gras parades as a majorette, rode in Mardi Gras parades as a float rider and is a former Queen, was inspired by her personal experiences in the culture, to capture life in post Katrina New Orleans and the restoration of New Orleans art, culture, lifestyle and entertainment.
Cosette Richard Photography has been featured as a call for art, featured exhibitions, standing exhibitions, curated exhibitions, at universities and colleges, art galleries and the Neville Public Museum. Cosette Richard Photography is published in New Orleans tourism literature and the book, "The Way I See It ... photographers who capture the soul of New Orleans". As a photographer who captures the soul of New Orleans, Cosette Richard Photography was featured at art festivals and art exhibitions during New Orleans historic tricentennial commemoration in 2018.
Cosette Richard is a Getty Images contributor.