Based in Stamford, Connecticut, Deborah Loeb Bohren is a travel-inspired fine art and editorial photographer focusing on the creation of intimate and grand portraits of the natural and man-made environments around the globe.
Her work is part of private/individual and corporate collections across the country and has been included in exhibitions at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The Black Box Gallery, Garrison Art Center and the Hammond Museum, among others. She is also a regular contributor to Everett Potter’s Travel Report.
“My images focus on the intersection and interplay of color, light and line of everyday things to tell a story of what has been, what is, or what will–or can–be. Raised on film and in a darkroom, I expose and frame through the lens as with film even though I now shoot digital. I believe photographs are the art and science of painting with light, and that a negative is still a negative regardless if it is a glass plate, a roll of film or a SD card. Each picture captures a moment in time, never to be repeated yet destined to exist beyond the moment.”