Debora Francis is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily with analog photographic techniques. With a B.A. in Psychology, Debora’s approach is rooted in a devotion to self-awareness. She forms deep connections to her subject matter and processes while resonating an innate sensitivity to human frailty and interdependence. Her art serves as an intimate therapeutic tool and is an expression of vulnerability and survival. Mostly self-taught, her unique approach is informed by continued studies in fashion/textile design, bookbinding, printmaking, cinematography, and alternative photographic processes.
Debora’s work has been exhibited in New York City and is held in private collections in the United States, France, and Israel. Her images are featured on several album covers, and experimental art films are a significant focus of her work. She is currently working on her ongoing cameraless photographic series, I'm Not Telling You a Story; I Am Showing You Who I Am; she lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.