Shortly after the Summer of Love, however, she accepted a position at the University of Minnesota to teach photography. She continued to teach — at Bard College, Hampshire College, Pratt Institute, Cooper Union, the International Center of Photography, and NYU — thereby influencing a generation or two of photographers.
In the meantime, of course, she continued to make her own photographs, but did little to promote her own work to the public.
She presented a brief but stunning retrsopective of her personal work in Portland, Oregon earlier this year. Just a few examples of her (relatively unkown) photographs are shown here, culled from three series: "auto-landscapes," natural landscapes, and personal "snaps".
I hope you find her images and words as inspiring as I do.
— Jim Casper