I shoot whatever catches my eye. Color and design are what attract me first, which is why I am drawn to leaves and architecture. Maple leaves are my favorites because of their endless array of colors and their unique shapes. They epitomize autumn for me. Growing up in Charleston, SC introduced me to intriguing architecture. I enjoy creating a sense of nostalgia by capturing natural light on these forms.
Carol Weeks has a B.S. in botany and an M.A. in teaching and has been photographing since 1982. She has worked as a naturalist and is currently employed as a teacher. She prints images from her original slides/digital images and uses only acid-free, archival materials.