photography

I’ve worked as a documentary photographer for twenty-five years, first in medium-format, black and white, then in 35mm color and b/w, and now in 35mm digital. But my heart remains with my beloved Hasselblad and in the darkroom, making gelatin silver prints while listening to opera. I still have darkrooms in Portland and in Canar, and I hope to get back to them someday.

Some examples of my early b/w work in Ecuador, part of an exhibit Los Cañaris Hoy purchased by the Museo Pumapungo, the national ethnographic museum in Cuenca.

Antonio Guáman & EdelinaMama Michi Chuma

Mama Vicenta ChumaMan with accordion, Cuchucun

Santiago weaving Tia Juliana and friends

 

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “photography

  1. Saludos JUDY…..

    Excelente el trabajo que Usted Viene realizando por Nuestra Cultura Kañari… Felecitandole y que siga adelante con sus proyectos muy Humanistas…

    Quisiera entrevistarme con Usted, … tengo algunos proyectos que quisiera plasmar en fabor de nuestra musica Kañari… Usted me podria ayudar muchisimo…

    Saludos

    Williams

    • HOla Williams: Con mucho gusto podamos platicar sobre sus proyectos. Estaré en Mexico por tres semanas, pero después del 23 de abril, estoy acá. Saludos, Judy

  2. Hi Judy

    Congratulations on your fantastic work and photographs of Cañar, it’s people and culture! I find them absolutely fascinating and would love to be able to work with women and artisans in those communities.

    I’m a fashion & textile designer based in Cuenca and have been working with local artisan communities and women cooperatives in rural areas of Ecuador developing products to export worldwide and my own projects exporting to the UK and various simliar ones as Vice President of CIDAP America. Currently I’m working with knitters on different collections and projects and would love to be able to collaborate and work with artisans in Cañar.

    I’ll be spending a few weeks in England but would love to meet you and have a chat with you on my return. Would you be about in April?

    Best Regards,

    Claudia

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