Joan Haseltine – Featured LACP Member, June 2019
Joan Haseltine is relatively new to photography, having purchased her first camera 4 years ago. After a career on Wall Street and raising two children she began her pursuit of a more creative lifestyle. With a new camera in hand and many classes from LAPC she has begun a journey in story telling.
This project was shot in Montana and New York City using motion blur and reflections to explore the static nature of the landscape versus the movement of time. As we stand planted on the earth which is always moving, can we ever really be still? How does this movement impact our perceptions? How does the passage of time impact our view of reality? Is stillness ever possible?