Lori Horton is a photographer and writer, investigating the idea of memory. She graduated from Alfred University in 2007, and has worked with many processes, including silver gelatin, color, digital print, and alternative processes. She is intrigued by found images, such as postcards and old photos. Lori uses film, but more recent endeavors have been digital based.
We are all a camera. Every time we look at something, an image is recorded. These images that we store in the brain are used to keep memories and reference important information, much like the photographs we take. Some are saved forever, yet others are lost. Without these images we don't know who we are. Without my art, I don't know who I am.
- digital print