I love the smell of books; don't you?
Kasey is a photographer, artist, and writer working in the greater Fort Wayne area. Her photographic style is documentary with emphasis on the authentic, in-between moments that may have been otherwise overlooked.
After pursuing different interest and ultimately returning to her original calling in the art world, Kasey graduated magna cum laude in 2012 from the University of Saint Francis and received a BA in Studio Art with her Concentration in Photography and minor in Art History. She took time off to begin her family, giving birth to two boys in 2012 and 2014. Kasey will finish her Master’s degree in Studio Art, with a Concentration in Photography and minor in Painting, in the spring of 2017. Alongside her photography career, Kasey is also an exhibiting artist and the Marketing Specialist at the Garrett Museum of Art.
“If I could live in the darkroom, I would. I love film and old, alternative processes. It's these manual methods, having my hands in every single process from beginning to end, that have shaped me into the artist I am today. The fundamentals, the history, the beginning of photography are very important to me. This is just who I am.
Art is who I am.
I believe that art imitates life and this is what I was born with; I am so grateful I get to share my heart with the world.”