Christine FitzgeraldChristine Fitzgerald is an award-winning fine art photographer based in Ottawa. Her creative practice focuses on the study of nature and landscapes to explore the fragile relationship between humans and their environment and the tension this relationship inevitably creates. An underlying theme in her work is the passage of time and the transience of life, connecting layers from the past with current circumstances.
Christine integrates modern and historical tools and processes to create the mood, tones and imperfections that together present a sense of nostalgia. She has degrees from Acadia (B.Sc.) and Dalhousie Universities (MHSA), and completed the diploma program at the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa. Her work has been internationally exhibited in cities including Ottawa, Toronto, Brooklyn, Colorado, Seoul, and London.
Threatened Series - This series was produced using the nineteenth-century wet plate collodion photographic process in which the hues, tones and serendipitous imperfections of the process combine with the subject matter to convey the disturbing present reality of the world’s threatened creatures. Few photographers use this process in the world.
Price Range: $500 - $5,000