Studio Sixty Six
Judy Morris Dupont  

Judy Morris Dupont

Originally from Nova Scotia, Judy moved to Ontario in 2013. After a satisfying career in public service she decided to fulfill a personal goal of becoming a photo-based artist. Influenced by the work of photographers Josef Sudek, Karl Blossfeldt, and Sally Mann, Dupont works with historical and alternative processes of photography. Her work is process-driven, thought out carefully in connection with the body of work she is producing. Working with medium and large format film cameras, the majority of her images are completed in the traditional wet darkroom. Digital practices are combined on rare occasions. From silver gelatin, platinum palladium, wet plate collodion, bromoil and polaroid negative reclamation, each process offers the "hands on" approach necessary for her creativity. Nature and gardening have also always been a part of Dupont's life and it is from these two passions that much of her inspiration is discovered.

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