My Inspiration as a photographer comes from trying to notice the unnoticed and to photograph those images. It is when you see not only with your eyes but with your heart and soul that a photograph takes on more meaning than just the image you see. In this collection, I sought out simple settings with unique perspectives to alter its natural beauty and breathe emotions into the images. I was looking to find the tranquility, quietness and peace that is to be found in the world.
Kathleen DeCarlo-Plano has been interested in photography for several years and started shooting in 2014. Kathleen is currently based in the beautiful city of Boston but has recently split her time between Boston and Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.
Her photographic foundation is rooted with the graphic images that captures the beauty and spontaneity of daily life.
DeCarlo-Plano ’s photography is informed by her work as a psychologist and her love for graphic design. She finds inspiration in observing, interpreting and photographing how people and/or objects relate to one another and the environment.
Her work was exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography in the spring of 2020 and fall of 2020. DeCarlo-Plano has studied at the New England School of Photography and the Griffin Museum.