Museum of Ventura County
100 E. Main St.
Bryce Canyon National Park & Bonsai Trees
This exhibition will feature photographic work captured in Bryce Canyon National Park during the recent nearby fire. The work shows life surviving in harsh conditions as well as the beauty of this amazing, other worldly National Park. Also on exhibition will be the remaining photos from a series of Bonsai photographs.
About the Artist:
Cathy Immordino is a Los Angeles-based photographer, specializing in fine art and photojournalism. Her style often depicts the double-edged sword of life through layered compositions within each image.
Cathy began her photographic career after years of being an actress in the Film Industry. Her first assignments were to photograph the nightlife of Los Angeles at places like the Playboy Mansion and stadiums turned into massive raves. In 2009, Cathy began exhibiting her work in galleries and online exhibitions. As an emerging photographer, she was one of 160 Los Angeles photographers featured in the 2010 Month of Photography Los Angeles, better known as MOPLA. Cathy has attained a certificate in photography from the Julia Dean Photo Workshop, presently known as the Los Angeles Center for Photography. She is currently pursuing her BFA in Fine Art Photography at the Academy of Art University