Christine Fitzgerald is photographer from Ottawa, Canada. Christine has always been captivated with nature. Her fascination began in her childhood growing up in a small town in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada, and has never abated. Much of her work deals with the fragile relationship between humans and nature, and the tension that this relationship inevitably creates. Her images are produced intuitively using digital and vintage large format cameras and lenses, often integrating historical and modern photographic tools and processes. Christine has degrees from Acadia and Dalhousie Universities, and completed the diploma program at the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa. Her work has been in showcased around the world including Ottawa, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, and London. In 2016, Christine was selected ‘Fine Art Photographer of the Year’ by the Lucie Foundation and in 2017 was a winner of the International Julia Margaret Cameron Award. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, Black+White Photography Magazine, and PhotoEd Magazine.