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“Road trip” is the theme for this issue. What does the term mean for you? In regards to my most recent series “While I Am Still” the theme “Road trip” can refer to the individual path that each person follows. My work is about a reflective moment in time, one’s personal journey.

Speaking of Road trips, it would appear that your photography has led to global exhibitions. That must be amazing. The most challenging part of being a visual artist is finding your audience. I am continually seeking my audience for hours every week. And yes, it’s very rewarding to always reach toward a more broad audience and find it.

Photography aside, what else does Linda enjoy? I enjoy hiking in the mountains, walking at 5am with Ruby, hanging out with my husband David, having my kids home, and painting with my mom.

If you were granted the wish to photograph any person in any place, who or where would you choose and why? Add time travel to that wish list and I would love to get my hands on Functional MRI scans of Albert Einstein’s brain and use the images in my ongoing photographic series on the human brain. Looking to the future, where would you wish to take your work next? work next? I’m always interested in museum exhibitions, especially exhibition themes that focus on the intersection art and science. I also strive to continue having my art exhibited in public venues.

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ROADTRIP, Issue 5, Atwood Magazine  

atwood magazine is an arts/fashion/music/literary/interview publication that seeks out new talent and fresh voices, giving its readers a uni...

ROADTRIP, Issue 5, Atwood Magazine  

atwood magazine is an arts/fashion/music/literary/interview publication that seeks out new talent and fresh voices, giving its readers a uni...