Ann Piché is a photographic artist based in Ottawa, Canada, with a background in technology. Fascinated by the habitual drone of the everyday, she takes the ideas around her and reconfigures them to conform to her sense of reality. That reconfiguration takes place late at night, when the everyday has receded and there is a chance for the mind to rearrange the visuals. As a result, the final image often sits at the intersection of the familiar and the unusual.
Ann employs various in- camera and post production methods which convey a sense of mystery and abstraction that reflect the late night reconfigurations.
Her photographic processes include digital, film and scanning techniques. Her images have been published in Canadian and American magazines and exhibited locally. Ann's work can be found in private collections in Canada and the United States.