About my photographic path
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• My photographic path has always been about the overlapping world of reality. I take photographs around me to be used slightly altered or completely reinvented in layers of color, shape, and shadow and black lines to form impression found just beyond reality. From my early foundations, I was influenced by Jerry Uelsmann to create “visual poetry”.
• After recently moving to Southern Oregon, I am photographing the wild rivers and rocks and trees by the rivers. Sounds of spring rushing rivers are
like a zen meditation~ I have found my passion.
• My great Grandmother, Eddie Ross Cobb, her husband, Edmund and my great aunt, Daphne Cobb owned a photography studio – Cobb Studio in the late 1800’s – 1945 in Albuquerque, New Mexico so the DNA runs deep.
• Photography nourishes my soul and has been an important life force through my life.
In the last 20 years, I have taken photos in Northern California, New Mexico, Oxaca and Lake Chapala, Mexico, and Austin,Tx.
• I have taught thousand of people to use various versions of Adobe Photoshop. I worked for Adobe the 1st week Photoshop was released. Plus 8 years at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshop - all of it changed my life. With over 20 years of teaching experience I love sharing the digital imaging process.