2017 PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

Sohn Fine Art's Education Program features unique photographic workshops  in the Berkshire area taught by our talented master artists. We give local and visiting students the opportunity to learn from photographers in the top of their fields. Our annual MASTER ARTIST SERIES program offers innovative experiences with world class artists. Sohn Fine Art gives the local community and visitors the opportunity to meet and learn from master photographers while hosting them in the Berkshires. Photographers are featured in a series of events that include exhibitions and receptions at Sohn Fine Art Gallery, book signings, public presentations and workshops. ​

Visit Master Artist Series (MAS) page for full exhibition, event and workshop information.

 

 

Unless specified otherwise, sign up for all classes at Sohn Fine Art: info@sohnfineart.com or 413-551-7353

 

 

Sohn Fine Art Gallery is pleased to host a Portfolio Review Program designed to introduce serious, fine art and commercial photographers to respected influencers in the Berkshire Region and beyond. Perhaps nothing is as important in these times for photographers and artists as getting solid, honest feedback from real-world professionals. Please visit our website regularly for updates on joining Guest Reviewers.
 
The review event is open to photographers just launching their careers or established pros that are looking for guidance / advice on their work and portfolios. The reviewing blocks are 30-minute meetings with a reviewer of your choosing. The block times begin at 10:00, 10:35, 11:15, 1:00, 1:35, and 2:10 depending on the availability of the reviewer.
 
PORTFOLIO REVIEWS
Dates: November 5 & 6
Location: Sohn Fine Art 
69 Church Street, Lenox, MA
For this course, please sign up directly with Sohn Fine Art: 413-551-7353
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
$100 per review OR $150 for 3, 30 Minute sessions
 
 
30 Minute Reviews
Blocks start at 10:00, 10:35, 11:15, 1:00, 1:35, 2:15, depending on the availability of the reviewer.
 
 
THE REVIEWERS SO FAR... MORE COMING SOON!

Cassandra Sohn

Sohn Fine Art Gallery Director & Owner 

AVAILABLE REVIEW BLOCKS:
Sunday 10:00, 10:35, 11:15, 1:00, 1:35, 2:10 and Monday 10:00, 10:35, 11:10, 1:00, 1:35, 2:10
 

Cassandra Sohn is a freelance and fine art photographer. She owns Sohn Fine Art Gallery, Printing, Framing & Workshops and runs all departments of the company, including the founding of the Master Artist Series program. She teaches photography through her company's education program, as well as at IS183 Art School of the Berkshires and Berkshire Community College.

 

Sohn graduated from the New School in Manhattan with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Photography. She has been featured in many books, and was the main contributing photographer in the book, Window on the Park - New York's Most Prestigious Properties On Central Park, published by Images Publishing. Sohn exhibits internationally and most recently had shows at Chesterwood in Stockbridge, MA; Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA; SW1 Gallery in London, UK: The Leichtenstein Center in Pittsfield, MA; Berkshire Botanical Garden in Stockbridge, MA; Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield, MA; Tappan Z Gallery in Tarrytown, NY; Canyon Ranch, and Cranwell Resort Spa & Golf Club in Lenox, MA; Dream Studios and Gallery in Chelsea, Manhattan, the Zenith House - Devon Artist Network in Exeter, England, and the William Cullen Bryant Homestead in Cummington, MA.

 

Sohn photographs for a variety of clientele, including Berkshire Magazine, Artful Mind Magazine, Mahaiwe Performing Arts Theatre, the Berkshire’s Visitor’s Bureau, Berkshire Record Newspaper, Chesterwood, Schantz Galleries, Travelraters, Images Publishing, Douglas Elliman, Kinderhook Realty and the nonprofits City Harvest and Habitat for Humanity. She also photographs weddings, events and portraits.

AVAILABLE REVIEW BLOCKS:
Monday 1:00, 1:35, 2:10
 

Hannah Blunt is the Associate Curator at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, where she manages and develops exhibition projects and assists with the general research, interpretation, display, and care of the Museum’s collection. She has a background in American art and holds an M.A. from Boston University and a B.A. from Davidson College.

Hannah Blunt

Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

Associate Curator

Lori Pedrick

Yankee Magazine

Art Director

AVAILABLE REVIEW BLOCKS:
Monday 10:00, 10:35, 11:10, 1:00, 1:35, 2:10
 

Lori Pedrick is an artist living in New England. She has over 20 years of experience in publishing and design and has recently recieved a Masters degree in Photography at the New Hampshire Institute of Art (January, 2017). Her skills include creative direction, graphic design, photography (both commercial and fine art) and brand-development. She has worked on publications with a variety of topics, which include: home, food/entertaining, travel, wedding, and both long-and short-form narrative. Her photographic background includes commercial, editorial, and fine art photography. Along with a great attention to detail and strong typographic skills, she is highly organized and has a wonderfully collaborative spirit. This serves her well in client-based endeavors as well as her pursuits as a fine art artist.

AVAILABLE REVIEW BLOCKS:
Monday 10:00, 10:35, 11:10, 1:00, 1:35, 2:10
Since joining Danforth Art in 2011, Jessica Roscio has curated multiple exhibitions of contemporary photography, most recently, The Memory Palace: Domesticity, Objects, and the Interior and Beautiful Decay. Prior to joining Danforth Art, she held positions at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  She has taught courses at Emerson College and Suffolk University, and is a regular contributor to Aspect Initiative, an online gallery focusing on contemporary photography in New England.  Roscio has an MA in Art History from the University at Buffalo and a PhD in American Studies, with a focus on the History of Photography, from Boston University.

Jessica Roscio

Danforth Art Museum and School

Curator

AVAILABLE REVIEW BLOCKS:
Sunday 10:00, 10:35, 11:10, 1:00, 1:35, 2:10
 

Suky Werman and her husband Tom are the owners of Stonover Farm Bed and Breakfast in Lenox, Ma. Suky has converted the hose stalls of the farm into the Barn Gallery where she has curated numerous exhibits of contemporary painting, photography and applied arts.  She represents represents several eminent photographers includingKaren Halverson and Rob Macinnes

Suky Werman

The Barn Gallery at Stonover Farm

Gallerist

AVAILABLE REVIEW BLOCKS:
Monday 10:00, 10:35, 11:10, 1:00, 1:35, 2:10
 
 
Anastasia Stanmeyer has been editor of Berkshire Magazine since its debut in 2012. She is a career journalist who began her writing with daily newspapers in Florida, including the Tampa Tribune and Tallahassee Democrat, and has contributed to other newspapers such as the Christian Science Monitor, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Chronicle, and has published stories in magazines such as Time, Asiaweek, Newsweek, and Stern. Born in Memphis, raised in Connecticut and Kansas, and a graduate of the University of Kansas, she was based in Asia for 12 years before coming to the Berkshires and has covered regions under major political and social change such as South Sudan, Indonesia, Cambodia, Burma, and Haiti. She documented the AIDS epidemic throughout Asia and its connectivity to social issues and women’s rights. She was an MCLA Hardman Journalist in Residence in 2015.

Anastasia Stanmeyer

Berkshire Magazine

Editor

AVAILABLE REVIEW BLOCKS:
Sunday 10:00, 10:35, 11:10, 1:00, 1:35, 2:10 
Grace Caiazza is a writer, designer, and curator based in Hudson, NY. She is the co-founder of FOUR-D, a curatorial project that specializes in site-specific and immersive installations. She is also the gallery assistant at Kristen Dodge's SEPTEMBER Gallery, where she most recently designed the catalogue for "Paper Covers Rock", featuring the work of ceramicist Brie Ruais and photographer Letha Wilson. Finally, Grace is also in a year residence at Bard College's Center for Experimental Humanities, working to create projects that integrate contemporary art practices with developments in science and technology.

Grace Caiazza

FOUR-D Projects

Curator 

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SEPTEMEBER

Gallery Assistant

iPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY: CREATIVE APPS & WORKFLOW
​Instructor: John Clarke
 
October 27 - 29
9:00 - 5:00 (with lunch break)
COURSE COMPLETED. LOOK AT 2018 WORKSHOPS.
 
Different apps will be covered each day and you can sign up for one, two or all three days.
Location: Sohn Fine Art & Shoot Location (Housatonic, MA)

69 Church Street, Lenox, MA

Shoot locations wil be different each day.

 

 

$185 for one day or $500 for all three days.

For this course, please sign up directly with Sohn Fine Art: 413-551-7353

 
​Course Description:
 
The iPhone has the capabilities of producing beautiful, unique, art-quality images. In these intensive workshops, students will be introduced to some of the creative possibilities of iPhone photography. They will be led through a workflow from capturing the highest quality images, manipulating them through various apps, and preparing them for print or presentation. Each student will explore firsthand a variety of cameras (the internal iPhone camera isn't the only option!) and apps as they refine their vision and aesthetic. Each app covered present a range of creative processes and styles. Instructor, Johns Clarke, will teach you the apps and strategies he uses to create his iPhone photography. Choose to come all three days or focus on learning skills for individual apps you're interested in by taking only one or two days of courses.
 
Day 1: Introduction - Get to know your in-phone camera and camera roll. If a beginner to the iPhone photography process the first day is a requirement. 
            PicFix and Photo Toaster Apps will be covered.
 

Day 2: Slow Shutter, Mextures and Leonardo Apps will be covered.

 

Day 3: Hipstamatic classic mode and pro mode apps, for shooting and editing will be covered.
 

 

*All students must have an iPhone 4 or above.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

 

Born in Central Massachusetts, Clarke has lived throughout the Northeast, from Maine to Pennsylvania, Clarke now resides in Berkshire County. Clarke earned his degree in classical music composition from Bates College.
 
Often described as a “renaissance man,” John’s creativity spans many forms. As a visual artist, John works with many media including photography, oil paints, pastels and pencil. His subject matter is usually natural in origin, but often abstracted in some way. Reflections on water, blurred forest scenes, and misty landscapes are common themes in his photographs. Trains and train yards have been a subject matter throughout all of Clarke's medias. He often brings his pastel-like drawing qualities to his landscapes and portraits. 
 
Clarke has also recorded his own album All Beneath Our Train. In addition to songwriting, John has written numerous short stories and has a novel in the works. Many of his stories stem from his extensive travels walking the train tracks and his adventures hopping freight trains.
 
Clarke’s work has been displayed at the Geoff Young Gallery, Art on Main at Barnbrook, the Joyce Goldstein Gallery, the Isha Nelson Gallery, and he is currently represented by Sohn Fine Art Gallery. He was the featured artist in the April 2011, issue of The Artful Mind, and in a recent article in the on-line journal Rural Intelligence,  where associate editor Nichole Dupont described John as a “multimedia abstract master.” 
 

 

Course Description:

 

Designed for the enthusiastic beginner, this hands-on workshop will focus on the essentials necessary to get started in the photographic process. This course is for students who want to learn how to have greater control over the outcome of their images. Digital and film (if students need) will be covered. Students will learn how to manually create a correct exposure using aperture, shutter speed and ISO. You will be introduced to the full range of camera basics from the settings on your digital cameras, image capture, exposure and composition. You will also learn workflow from downloading and editing to preparation for output and storage.

INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY
 
Instructor: Cassandra Sohn
4 Mondays
April 24 - May 15
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
COURSE COMPLETED. LOOK AT 2018 WORKSHOPS
Location: South County Center, Berkshire Community College
343 Main Street, Great Barrington, MA
 
 
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

 

Cassandra Sohn is a freelance and fine art photographer originally from Santa Fe, NM. She owns Sohn Fine Art Gallery, Printing, Framing & Workshops and runs all departments of the company, including the founding of the Master Artist Series program. She teaches photography through her company's education program, as well as at IS183 Art School of the Berkshires and Berkshire Community College.

 

Sohn graduated from the New School in Manhattan with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Photography. She has been featured in many books, and was the main contributing photographer in the book, Window on the Park - New York's Most Prestigious Properties On Central Park, published by Images Publishing. Sohn exhibits internationally and most recently had shows at Chesterwood in Stockbridge, MA; Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA; SW1 Gallery in London, UK: The Leichtenstein Center in Pittsfield, MA; Berkshire Botanical Garden in Stockbridge, MA; Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield, MA; Tappan Z Gallery in Tarrytown, NY; Canyon Ranch, and Cranwell Resort Spa & Golf Club in Lenox, MA; Dream Studios and Gallery in Chelsea, Manhattan, the Zenith House - Devon Artist Network in Exeter, England, and the William Cullen Bryant Homestead in Cummington, MA.

 

Sohn photographs for a variety of clientele, including Berkshire Magazine, Artful Mind Magazine, Mahaiwe Performing Arts Theatre, the Berkshire’s Visitor’s Bureau, Berkshire Record Newspaper, Chesterwood, Schantz Galleries, Travelraters, Images Publishing, Douglas Elliman, Kinderhook Realty and the nonprofits City Harvest and Habitat for Humanity. She also photographs weddings, events and portraits.

PHOTOGRAPHING PORTRAITS & NUDES WITH GREG GORMAN

FOUR DAY INTENSIVE WORKSHOP:

August 7-10

Different Shooting Locations Every Day in the Beautiful Berkshires!

 

 

Tuition: $1500 (includes lunch all 4 days)

$250 (Model & Location Fee)

 

COURSE COMPLETED. LOOK AT 2018 WORKSHOPS.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Greg will be coming to the Berkshires this summer to teach an intensive workshop on portraiture as well as the figure study. His class will focus on teaching his students how to see and interpret light and how best to communicate with the talent in front of his lens. The four day class will begin with a personal but open ended forum critiquing each of his student’s work to give not only each student a better understanding of his approach to their imagery but also to give the class an opportunity to view each other’s work in an open sharing environment. Greg will then present his career work as well as his latest projects.


Once everyone has had a chance to get acquainted with each other’s style and view Greg’s work as well, Greg will take everyone on location with the models for the first afternoon of shooting. Greg will demonstrate some of his lighting techniques on location utilizing natural light in conjunction with LEDS/light modifiers and silks. Each day’s locations will vary and provide a myriad of different opportunities to offer the most varied possibilities. The class will be broken up into 2-3 small groups with a model assigned to each group and the models will rotate through the day and the workshop so each student has the opportunity to work with the various models. One student will shoot at a time and the other members of the group will assist the 
   

person shooting. At the close of each day, Greg would like each student to produce 10-12 images of their choice from the day’s work to be critiqued, the following morning in class prior to the day’s shoot. Greg is not looking for retouched images but more over for the content, tone and cropping that the students best feels represents their image. Greg will show how to best enhance the image in Lightroom. Greg is interested not only in the images you feel are most successful but also those that gave you trouble and that you feel you need help on.

 

Portraiture and figure study will both be focused on, but on different days.  At the close of the last day, Greg will hold a final discussion and review of the workshop answering any questions and sharing any additional information that all of you may wish to discuss. The class will have an informal rather than overly structured atmosphere to allow all of you to provide input to Greg as to where you wish your week to go in case you want to push more in any specific directions. The week should prove to not only enhance your work ethic and skills but drive your passion. Greg is most open to speaking with any of you personally should you have any questions prior to signing up for his class.

 

 
COLOR CALIBRATION: FROM CAPTURE TO PRINT
Instructor: Eric Korenman
 
 
September 10, 2017
 
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (includes lunch break)
 
$195
COURSE COMPLETED. LOOK AT 2018 WORKSHOPS.
 

 
 
 

Course Description:

 

Directed to photographers who have a good understanding of the camera and computer-based editing, this course will introduce and explain the mechanics of color calibration during the acquisition, editing and printing of the photographic image.  

 

A good understanding of Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop is strongly encouraged.

 

Topics to include:
The Color of White

Color Space

ICC profiles

Using Grey cards and Color Calibration Cards

The Calibration of your Monitor

Transmissive vs Reflective Images

The Print vs the Monitor - How to Get it on Paper

 

Weather permitting, we will take pictures outside in a variety of lighting conditions and then come back to my home studio to process, edit and print.

 

 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

 

Eric Korenman has pursued photography professionally since 2004. A fine art photographer, Korenman also works with private and corporate clients. In his Proserpine Path Series, Korenman reinterprets the myth of Proserpine (Persephone), metaphorically exploring our present day culture of abundance and excess through hauntingly beautiful imagery. Looking into what he considers the darker side of flowers, Korenman began this body of work by creating shadowy photographs of figures, presumably dead, trapped under thousands of blooms. The fakeness of the flowers enhances the idea of identity and true beauty being shunned or even killed by the falseness in our lives. Moved by dramatic and foreboding images by painters such as Edward Hopper and Julie Heffernan, as well as by imagery from movies such as "Melancholia" and "The Fountain”, Korenman started to push the theme further, using

masked figures created by artist, Huckleberry Delsignore. He explored the role of flowers in mythology and became intrigued by the Greek myth of Persephone (Roman: Proserpine). She was the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, goddess of the harvest and wife of Hades (the king of the underworld). Drawn to the myth as a metaphor for decisions we make in life today, Korenman equated the story to our culture's insatiable attraction to beauty and nimiety, which can lead us to darker realms. Korenman continues to explore these social issues, and can be seen re-interpreted in new bodies of work such as “Ye Are God’s Buildings” and “Grana”.

 

Eric Korenman, holds a BA from Dartmouth College and a MD from Cornell University. His recent exhibitions have been at the Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, Massachusetts; The Print Center, Philadelphia; Sohn Fine Art Gallery, Lenox, MA; Hudson Opera House, Hudson, NY and the Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA. His editorial work includes publication in Art in America.

ABOUT GREG GORMAN:

 

Greg Gorman is a master photographer noted most for his celebrity portraits and nudes. Gorman is a recipient of many accolades, including the 2013 Professional Photographers of America (PPA) Lifetime Achievement Award.

 

Gorman’s photographs document that peculiar obsession of the 21st century celebrity. Each shot gives a picture of human nature in its infinite range. A true master with lighting and composition, Greg's strength is also his charismatic way of capturing his subjects, offering us a view into the private emotions and moments with his subjects. “For me a photograph is most successful when it doesn’t answer all the questions,” says Gorman, “and it leaves something to the imagination.”

 

When not shooting famous faces, Greg travels the world for specialized photographic projects and continues to work on compilations of his imagery. A book of his photos for the award winning l.a. Eyeworks campaign, entitledFramed: Greg Gorman for l.a. Eyeworks was released in 2012.  In the fall of 2009, Damiani Editore released In Their Youth: Early Portraits, which incorporates forty years of unpublished work. These join Gorman’s previously published books Greg Gorman Volume I, Greg Gorman Volume II, Inside Life, Perspectives, As I See It, Just Between Us and a book of platinum prints entitled Odes to Pindar, published by The Journal of the 21st Century.

 

Greg Gorman has been recognized for his contribution to the world of photography as well as his charitable works by The Lucie Foundation, The Elton John Aids Foundation, Aids Healthcare Foundation, Focus on Aids, The Oscar De La Hoya Foundation, Vox/Out Voices of Style + Design, PETA, Angel Art, Pacific Design Center Stars of Design, and PawsLA.

 

Born in 1949 in Kansas City, Missouri, Greg attended the University of Kansas from 1967-69 with a major in photojournalism.  He completed his studies at the University of Southern California, graduating with a Master of Fine Arts degree in cinematography in 1972. He currently divides his time between his homes in Los Angeles and Mendocino, California.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

 

Greg Gorman is a master photographer noted most for his celebrity portraits and nudes. Gorman is a recipient of many accolades, including the 2013 Professional Photographers of America (PPA) Lifetime Achievement Award.

 

Gorman’s photographs document that peculiar obsession of the 21st century celebrity. Each shot gives a picture of human nature in its infinite range. A true master with lighting and composition, Greg's strength is also his charismatic way of capturing his subjects, offering us a view into the private emotions and moments with his subjects. “For me a photograph is most successful when it doesn’t answer all the questions,” says Gorman, “and it leaves something to the imagination.”

 

When not shooting famous faces, Greg travels the world for specialized photographic projects and continues to work on compilations of his imagery. A book of his photos for the award winning l.a. Eyeworks campaign, entitledFramed: Greg Gorman for l.a. Eyeworks was released in 2012.  In the fall of 2009, Damiani Editore released In Their Youth: Early Portraits, which incorporates forty years of unpublished work. These join Gorman’s previously published books Greg Gorman Volume I, Greg Gorman Volume II, Inside Life,

PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPRESSIONISM: CREATIVE TECHNIQUES IN MULTIPLE EXPOSURE

PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPRESSIONISM
Instructor: Valda Bailey
 
October 15 -17 
8:00 - 6:00 (with lunch break)
Location: Sohn Fine Art 

69 Church Street, Lenox, MA

 

Different shoot locations each day in the beautiful Berkshires!

 

Tuition: $800

 

WORKSHOP FULL, ENROLLMENT CLOSED
 
CONTACT SOHN FINE ART TO BE ADDED TO WAIT LIST
Today, perhaps more than ever, there appears to be a very real interest in breaking through the boundaries of 'conventional' landscape photography. Millions of people taking millions of images - often at the same honeypot locations - it is harder than ever before to make one's creative voice heard - to forge a path that is unique. Valda Bailey has been making images using alternative techniques for many years. She draws on her training as an artist and has developed her own approach to digital image making using in-camera multiple exposure, blending modes and intentional camera movement. The techniques she uses create abstract shapes, blur extraneous detail and facilitate the creation of an impressionistic image as opposed to a more conventional 'record' shot. This way of image making is controllable to a certain degree but still retains an element of unpredictability. While this process can delight and frustrate in equal measure, it does ensure is that an image is very likely to be completely unique. It's very much a non-prescriptive way of working and requires a curiosity and a willingness to experiment. During the workshop, Valda will explain the techniques she uses to make her images. She will talk at length about why she makes images the way she does, how her creative vision has developed and urge students to break rules and discard convention. The three day programme will offer a varied agenda with time spent processing, critiquing as well as shooting. Valda says "I believe that the opportunity to sit around a table critiquing work, discussing problems and tossing around ideas is every bit as important as time spent shooting".
EQUIPMENT
Although the practice of intentional camera movement can be achieved with any camera fitted with a suitable ND filter (in order to facilitate a longer shutter speed), making in-camera multiple exposure images is rather more equipment-dependent. Many cameras today offer this option, however not all are able to blend the images in the same way. Valda uses a Canon 5Dsr. Other cameras offering the same options are the Canon 1DX, Canon 5D Mk4, Canon 5D Mk3, Canon 5Ds and the Canon 7D Mk2. The Nikon D5 and Nikon D500 offer similar options. The Nikon D800 series will combine images, but with fewer blend modes. Sony users can purchase a multiple exposure app. Although they offer a wider selection of blend modes to Canon and Nikon, they will only combine a maximum of two images into one composite file (as opposed to nine or ten with the Canon and Nikon). Many Pentax cameras have a multiple exposure option, though offer fewer blend modes; likewise Fuji and Olympus. iPhones can be used with an appropriate app. If you require further clarification on the suitability of your camera please do not hesitate to email.
WHERE TO RENT EQUIPMENT: 
Lumoid
ATS Rentals
LensProToGo
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Valda Bailey is a freelance photographer living in Sussex who first became passionate about photography when she was 14. Her approach to photography is greatly informed by her background in painting and her influences come as much from artists as photographers. She is largely motivated by colour and form and the tension and dynamism that these components can bring to an image. Her objectives are to portray an interpretation of a scene rather than a literal representation. She makes her images using camera movement and multiple exposure - two techniques which help to create abstract shapes and blur extraneous detail. She has spent time in New York under the expert tutelage of noted street photographer, Jay Maisel and has been greatly influenced by his teaching about light, colour and gesture. Her work has been featured in broadsheet newspapers, national and international publications and she has recently been invited to teach for Light and Land Photographic Workshops run by Charlie Waite. She has exhibited most recently in London and in 2015 was the first woman to be invited to join six other photographers to exhibit at the biennial Masters of Vision in Southwell. She has images in private collections worldwide and her work has been purchased by notable members of the art and photographic community.

 

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