Angie grew up in the Midwest and from a young age displayed talent in music and art, focusing in the beginning of her life on writing music and performing but for the last 7 years she has poured her creativity into the wet plate collodion photography process. She's been honored to have her fine art in many galleries, publications, private collections, online e-zines and two published photography books, the latest being, Jill Enfield's Guide To Photographic Alternative Processes. Angie has also received many awards and in October 2017 she received second place for her piece at Soho Photo Gallery's 13th Annual National Alternative Processes Competition in lower Manhattan. Just recently Angie was excited to find out she had won Honorable Mentions in two categories for the 15th JULIA MARGARET CAMERON AWARD’S PROFESSIONAL SECTION, Portraits and Alternative Processes. Angie continues to live and create her fine art photography in the Midwest and looks forward to what the future holds.