Born in Indiana, USA, 1960
Bachelor of Fine Art in Studio Art
The University of Texas at Austin, 2014
Ansel Adams wrote, “Not everybody trusts paintings but people believe photographs.” An artist makes a photograph in the same way she makes a painting, providing a paradox unlike any other medium. For B.B. Renee, photography provides the ability to create a narrative both objective and subjective at the same time.
Social and psychological issues such as sexual violence, the environment, dementia and joy become the focus of series within which she explores the confluence of reality, disorientation and perception of place.
Her practice includes the use of both analog and digital cameras and darkrooms to create archival fine art prints.