Jane Olin is an award-winning fine art photographer based in California’s Monterey Bay. Working for over 30 years in the epicenter of the West Coast photography movement, Olin originally learned straight photography in the style of the historic Group f/64 from students of Ansel Adams. Drawn to Japanese aesthetics and Zen Buddhism, Olin’s images originate from deeply intuitive experiences. Known for her experimental camera and printing techniques, she pushes the boundaries of analog photography by manipulating solutions on exposed gelatin silver paper. Olin’s photography has been exhibited and collected by museums and individual collectors. Her artwork has received numerous jurors’ awards.