JL Schnabel recently interviewed photographer Ellen Rogers for Hi-Fructose Magazine, and the resulting write-up may be read in its entirety here. While I haven’t yet read the entire piece, I was quite taken by some of its accompanying photographs – fine samples of the artist’s work.
About the artist and her work, Schnabel writes:
Composing works filled with spectral beauties in an atmosphere that seems to exist between worlds, artist Ellen Rogers creates her ethereal photographs solely in analogue. Remarkably the work bears no trace of Photoshop nor any other modern interference, the colors and filters conjured within her compositions are created entirely by hand. This blend of emotive image capturing and ‘painting’ separates her work from contemporary photography, relying on antiquated equipment to reveal her vision.