Originally from the East Coast, Nina minored in Art Administration, at Dalhousie University, in Halifax Nova Scotia, and graduated with a bachelors degree of Leisure Science in 1992.
Nina became interested in photography after completing a photography class in 1987. Mainly self taught, especially in digital imagery and computer manipulations, Nina has concentrated on subjects inspired by nature. In recent years, she has also started working in paper media, primarily paper cuttings of domestic animals.
“My earlier photographic work revolved around nature photography, and while I love taking pictures of flowers and butterflies, I have recently begun experimenting with double exposure, manipulations and blended photographs”.
“An image that ignites the viewer’s imagination is especially interesting to me.”
Future projects include more paper cuttings and artwork created from butterfly wings.