Born in Nova Scotia, Connie was one of the first photographers to embrace working with refractions in free falling water drops. Her work is admired by fellow photographers and artists. Connie’s exhibit “Beyond First Impressions” showed at Gallery Ninetenn Nineteen in 2018 and “Canadian Colours” in 2017 gained her two interviews on her work with refractions in free falling water drops. Seven of Connie’s water drop images were displayed on Times Square, New York City, as Kodak’s Photo of the Day, chosen from world-wide submissions between 2008 and 2016. Large pieces of Connie’s work can be found in hotel lobbies in the USA. Her work is internationally known and her story on how and why the water drop became such a big part of her life was featured on the February 2012 issue of Saltscape Magazine.
Working with water as my subject has provided me with spiritual and mystical experiences. I am focused and passionate about revealing details in my images that cannot be seen with the naked eye. As I work with water or mirrored images, I find they provide me a calming meditative state where they truly become my only focus. I believe if you study my work, you too will find it has the ability to bring you to a calmer, more meditative state.
“To understand water is to understand the cosmos, the marvels of nature, and life itself” ~ Masaru Emoto in ‘The Hidden Messages in Water’
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