Friday, May 20, 2011

What, How & Why: A Closer Look - Featuring Shelley Zatsky

At, we work with artists and photographers from across the United States and Canada. We're inspired everyday by the images that they send to us and by the stories they share.

In our "What, How & Why" interview series, we take a closer look at some of these fascinating people.

We've asked each participating artist or photographer three simple questions:

1. What do you do?
2. How do you do it?
3. Why do you use

Please read on to find out more about Shelley Zatsky.

Shelley Zatsky
Melrose, MA

What do you do?
I have been taking pictures for almost 20 years. I have a BFA in Photography from CalArts and an MFA from Tufts University/SMFA, Boston. I photograph library materials for Harvard University for my day job and I photograph historical architecture for my current personal project.

How do you do it?
I use a Hasseblad medium format camera with a 60mm lens. I travel to various sites that have been listed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's 11 Most Endangered lists to take pictures. I'm interested in impermanence as how it relates to architecture. I've been working on it for 6 years and I'm currently trying to raise money on Kickstarter to continue with this project.

Why do you use
I started using iPrintfromHome to turn digital files into slides, I continue to use them because of the great customer service and awesome product they deliver. I'm hoping my Kickstarter Campaign is successful so I can get all of the editions printed with iPrintfromhome!

Contact Information:

Shelley Zatsky
Kickstarter Campaign

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