Image by Narelle Carter-Quinlan
After spending nearly ten years living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, life has moved outward towards travel and experiencing this large, wonderful world.
I have been a dedicated Fine Art photographer for over 40 years. The first 30 years were spent with view cameras, sheet film, and long hours in the darkroom. All of this film experience continues to inform my daily practice of photography, some of which today is done with the camera in my iPhone.
From the beginning, Portraiture and the Still Life have been the two dominant themes in my work. Though today, with my new nomadic lifestyle, the landscape has captured my imagination and vision like never before. Portraiture is still my true love.
My images have been included in exhibitions and are part of private collections. My first limited edition book was included in PHOTOBOOK 2015, an exhibition of photographer's books at the Griffin Museum of Photography, in Boston. Bookbinding has long been a personal passion, and I have collaborated on several limited edition books.
To wide open hearts . . . and wide open lenses.