This is what I missed most when I'm back home. These little nooks and crannies full of other worlds and treasures. Spiderwebs for shade, moss for your area rug. Life just seems to burst from everywhere.
Texas born and raised, photographer Kimberly Clark finished her “starter life” and has embraced her dream of becoming a fine art photographer. She describes herself as a “noticer.” If it’s unique, quirky, touching or sublime it will catch her eye and fuel the storytelling inherent in her images. With the use of black and white, muted tones and essential elements in her photographs she cuts to the heart of what she feels is truest about her subject. “The camera doesn’t work like your eyes do. The camera sees all. Your eyes will focus solely on what drew your attention initially and all else falls away. I want to create that feeling in my images.” Recently overheard in the booth, “It’s like a photograph that looks like art.” This honest expression of appreciation appeals to Kim’s sense of fun and irony. “I’ll take it!”