Traditional black and white photography
Cherie is an award-winning black and white film photographer who spent several years in the evening workshop program at the New England School of Photography in Boston. Her work focuses on landscapes, flowers and still life using a mechanical, large-format bellows camera first developed in the 1840s. Cherie uses the Zone System, a technique created by Ansel Adams, to control exposure and development of the negative. Printing is done by hand using traditional darkroom techniques. She lives in Mequon with her husband of 26 years and their beloved pets: a Corgi named Elvis, rescued cat Nava and lovebird Fred.
417 E. Eastwyn Bay Drive, Mequon