Archival print face-mounted on one quarter inch Plexi

Edition: 1/10


20″ x 25″

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Ever since her early 20s when she first bought a camera, Jeanne Hauser has had a passion for photography. She was first drawn to the medium as an art form when she began shooting in black and white and developing and printing her own photos. When working in the darkroom or out shooting, Jeanne loses herself in the moment. She becomes totally mindful, blocking out the world around her, and completely focused on the image she is trying to create. Some people bungee jump off bridges to be forced into the moment; Jeanne Hauser takes photos.

Having grown up just outside of New York City, Jeanne has always been drawn to and found solace in the anonymity of being a silent observer in a big city. She believes that this informs her attraction to photography as an exploration of place. The combination of travel and photography allows her to continue to open up to new and exciting experiences that challenge her both as a participant and an interpreter of the world around her. Another major influence on her photography is the natural world. It sustains her spiritually and constantly reminds her that life is a precious gift and we must enjoy it in our every waking moment. Capturing the beauty of nature is one of Jeanne’s greatest joys in life. She resisted the digital revolution at first, but now shoots with a digital camera when traveling. She carries her Holga and shoots with film for black and white. Jeanne is grateful to have the mixed perspectives gained from working with analog and digital photography and will continue to integrate both into the final output of her imagery.


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