Through The Looking Glass Print

Seeking Synchronicity

Do you cherish the days when you and your world sync? When your mind, body and spirit are in agreement? I definitely cherish these moments. I not only cherish them, I create them and reveal them through my art. 

I create paintings with 35mm film, a Pentax K1000, and in camera multiple exposures methods.  I shoot at least three photographs on every 36 frames on film. Since I photograph with film and all analogue equipment, I don’t get to see how the images will look until I develop the film.

My photo process teaches me to trust my intuition, to stay open to the unexpected, and most importantly, to play. When I do, the results are magical. Even after 14 years of taking photographs in this way, I am still amazed when I discover synchronicity in my photographs.

Catherine At the Poulnabrone Dolmen

35mm film is my canvas; a Pentax K1000, my brush; this wild world, my muse.


Say Cheese!

My passion for analog photography began before I was born.  In the late 1940s my grandfather and grandmother met at a darkroom photography course.

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Holding UV Poster of Window In the Air

Choosing Your Art Print

When choosing your print, it’s good to know which kind of print is best for you. In this post, I will explain the differences between the three types of prints and suggest to you what interiors go best with which print.

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