“Traveling, learning, understanding, and teaching. These are principles that guide my passion for exploration. For me, photography serves as a lens beneath the surface. It is a personalized tool that carves out another dimension of relating to the world.
This body of work displays the inner sense of connection to animals, nature and people from the Indonesian Islands to deep within the rainforests of Papua New Guinea. Its foundations are built on exploring what is typically overlooked, as well as the richness of culture that might not be seen or understood.
My work seeks to provide a voice to cultures and endangered species whom have been silenced. I believe photography serves as a pathway for greater learning as it creates a perspective of self in relating to the larger world.
Thank you for your time in viewing my work.” Julie
Exhibit is on display at UW Health at The American Center (TAC) in the cafeteria.
- Starting Thursday, October 31st, 2019, repeats every day until Tuesday, January 28, 2020 — all day