Biography: Roberta Murray approaches photography much the same as the Pictorialist photographers of the late 19th century to tell a more personal, interpretative story based on her dreams and imagination. Murray combines traditional techniques, historical ideas and contemporary tools, using the camera more as a paintbrush than a mechanical device in creating her images.
"When I look through the viewfinder of a camera all I see is a small rectangular representation of reality. My view of the world becomes isolated and distorted. Sometimes out of the corner of my eye, reflected in the looking...