Katy Baker has been involved with photography for as long as she can remember. Encouraged by her grandfather who was an amateur photographer, from a young age he told her she had an eye for photography. At the age of 16 she built her first darkroom in her mothers pantry spending most nights learning by trial and error.
Katy is currently a student and photo lab technician at a community college in Nebraska, where she was first exposed to the wonders of alternative processes. Katy's work has been shown in group shows across the country including the Center for Fine Art Photography in Ft. Collins, Colorado.
"I hope to expand the viewer's conception of photography beyond the use of lenses and cameras, and towards a self contemplation of form and texture within a frame."