Marie Craig

Why do I take pictures of busted windows and creepy abandoned places and objects? Because of the vigor and life these things once had. Because somebody spent hours every day for years looking out that window, sitting in that chair. Because time is unstoppable, memory is fleeting, and life goes on.

My current series, Juncture, refers to a turning point, the place where the choice you make profoundly alters the trajectory of what follows, whether you know it at the time or not. I use cyanotype, an early photographic technique, which exploits that concept, since choice and chance both factor into the outcome of each piece.
— Marie Craig