Carrie Spritzer discovered her love of art by age two when she assembled hand-cut construction paper collages on her parents’ refrigerator. By age seven, Carrie was participating in adult art classes, drawing in pastels rather than painting with oils. Then in 1992, Carrie discovered the black and white photography of Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange. She took her first 35mm class and has felt passionately about photography ever since.
Throughout the 1990s, Carrie excelled in photography courses and summer programs, spending hundreds of hours in the photography lab refining her developing and printing skills. In 2000 she transitioned away from the traditional 35mm film medium and began to focus primarily on digital photography, which she continues today.
Carrie's work focuses largely on her friends and family, adding an emotional component to her work. She now lives in Northern California in the heart of Wine Country with her husband and a plethora of functional and not-so-functional cameras.
Learn more about Carrie at her website.
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November 17, 2007 - Carrie's updated photography portfolio goes online.