About Joanne Carter
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- A heady flow of imagery from the streets of the world which harnesses the excesses, exuberance, noise and pollution of the photographer’s peripatetic life.
- Executed with “erotico-mystical heat,” these visceral, voyeuristic portraits plumb the depths of the photographer’s relationship with his model and muse—who is also his wife.
- Made by a self-described dreamer, these sensual, provocative images exaggerate reality to make us stop, take notice and most importantly, ask questions.
- “The photographer is an armed version of the solitary walker reconnoitering, stalking, cruising the urban inferno, the voyeuristic stroller who discovers the city as a landscape of voluptuous extremes.”
- Atwell’s smartphone street photos are as unpretentious as the life they document. There is no unnecessary visual drama added; no single shot is staged; she never uses flash and never asks.
- “My photography is a place where there are no limits. A place where I can be fearless, where I can be whomever I like”—an artist’s boundless creativity, unleashed through her mobile phone.