Surveillance is now part of our everyday lives. The Surveillance Series asks "Who is Watching?,"
"Who is being watched?." "What is real?." The Snooze iPhone clandestine subway commuter portraits capture unguarded moments of our public lives
Photography is my tool for examining how lives interconnect, how ideas converge and bounce off of
one another, and how the world is changing moment to moment. I pluck images from the real
world to model it, to concretize my idea of it.
My work comprises a visual diary, where each instant is isolated as a fragment of a larger
and often unresolved narrative. My process seeks to explore those instances when we feel as if we
are mere observers to our own circumstance.
I am a contemporary representational painter who focuses her work on the human experience with figurative images. The images are of New York City, exploring the interaction of people and their environments.
I am a multi-disciplinary artist creating socially minded projects that are deeply personal and
anthropologically rich. My projects work to foster connections between viewers and community
members, and to encourage dialogue.
Title: In The Finest Tradition
Photographic medium, Color Photographs, Digital â€œC" Fuji Crystal Archive Print
Dimensions: 30 x 30 in (76.2cm x 76.2cm) & 48 x 48 in (121.92 cm x 121.92 cm)
Portfolio Images: 20 x 24 (50.8cm x 60.96cm
Karolina Wojtasik works in New York, Los Angeles and across the globe. Most recently she shot her
signature portrait series in Siberia, Africa, and India.
She specializes in Portraits, Entertainment, Advertising and commissioned photograph
My work ranges from sculptures to installations using hand-crafted works of fabric, ceramic,
photography, or video projections. My work uses everyday objects to form aesthetic connections
within history, memory,and personal experiences.
Fine Art Photographer based in Red Hook Brooklyn working in Digital and Analog film medium from
35mm to 8x10 film with an emphasis on night time imagery and provocative interpretations of
contemporary society and our place in it.
I photograph (in both traditional black-and-white and digital color) domestic vernacular architecture in outer-borough New York City. I teach photography at Brooklyn College, and lived in Marine Park, Brooklyn for many years.