CARLA SHAPIRO-FROM THE DEEPEST LOWS TO THE HIGHEST HIGHS OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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A teacher but a photographer first, Carla Shapiro explores the human condition.

In her photographic projects Carla Shapiro of course points her lens at ‘others’ but more courageously she also points the lens at ‘her’. Her project Does Yester Remember Me details her own life, living with depression.

Living in the idyllic and beautiful setting of the Catskills we discuss lifelong passion for photography and the need to give back with her art.

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If you are facing any issues concerning mental health always seek professional advice.

For the 9/11 work, Obituaries to Prayer Flags a Nikon Film camera.

For the depression work, The Sand That Makes the Pearl, I use a Canon 5D

Timeless Tasks, I use a Wooden Pinhole Camera

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