Monica Holt-Burby's interest in photography began at an early age and extended into her undergraduate studies at the University of Utah where she specialized in the history of photography and graduated with a degree in Art History. Her passion for photography and art took her overseas several times where she photographed thousands of images in over 10 countries. She taught photography at Salt Lake Community College for four years. She has also worked for the Utah Museum of Fine Arts as an Exhibition Catalog Writer and an Event and Exhibition Coordinator and was the Gallery Director for The Gallery in Park City.

Monica has exhibited her work in several galleries and art museums including, The Kimball Art Center, UMFA, the Rio Grande, the art galleries at the University of Utah and BYU, as well as others. Her work has been published in The Salt Lake Tribune, The Deseret News, Salt Lake City Magazine, Lightwork Magazine, The Enterprise, the UMFA Catalog, and more. Her photographs can also be seen on album covers for such bands as, The Cosmos, Moonboots, and The Child Who Was a Keyhole.

Over the last 14 years, Monica's personal artistic work has evolved into a business where she can now create beautiful imagery for her clients.