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Laurel Casjens

I have been a serious photographer for over 25 years, and have worked in several photographic media, from color and classic black and white, to toned panoramas, to digital infrared. I have shown photographs in many locations in the Salt Lake area, in one person and group shows, and am represented by Phillips Gallery. My website is I have worked in the museum field since 1983, including positions as a curator at the Utah Museum of Natural History and at the Museum of Peoples and Cultures. I am presently working as a museum resource person at the Utah Office of Museum Services. I taught Basic Photography for the Communications Department at the University of Utah and have taught photographic workshops at the Salt Lake Art Center. I have presented photographic lectures and shows to numerous other organizations. I worked as a photographic technician at the University of Utah Photographic Services. My photographs have illustrated books and articles. My most recent photographic work is with a digital infrared camera that sees a spectrum somewhat different from what the human eye sees. Thus, while the shapes are familiar, the color rendering of the scene has changed. We are literally seeing our world in a new light. The camera produces a monochromatic image; I reintroduce subtle color by using Photoshop. This series of photographs explores our World of Water. Water is necessary to our lives, but it is also of importance aesthetically and recreationally. Water c

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