The Los Angeles-based artist has represented her home in her photographs by producing the surging theme of Old Hollywood in her pieces. Each image seems to tell a story to the audience and reflects tenderness and depth along with darkness, drama, and grief. Her photographs generally have a woman in it (as the lead), which creates a classical/mature and feminine feeling. Prager is self-taught and her work has been displayed throughout the world and shown in not only well-known magazines but also museums and galleries.
The photos are created so precisely with the perfect burst of color within the clothing, make-up, environment, etc. producing a retrospective approach. Her vision is very specific while also ranging in various styles and themes. Each one can contain anywhere from one to two hundred people or more, and whichever amount of people or props are being used, everything is very detailed from the makeup to the facial expressions. A renowned quote shared by the artist states that “With photography, I like to leave a lot of the story, even to myself”, and through this as well as her art, the audience is able to conclude his/her own story through Prager’s artistic vision.