Shocking Your Mind in the Digital Age
Aired On: Jan 5, 2012
Brooke Shaden discusses some of the tools that the digital world has given us to create the worlds we want to live in and the worlds that live inside us.
Brooke Shaden began to create self-portraits for ease and to have full control over images and has since grown into a self-portrait artist. She works to create new worlds within her photographic frame, and her focus is conceptual photography that often explores darkness with a beautiful twist. One of Shaden's exhibited photographs was recently selected by director Ron Howard...
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PhotographerBrooke Shaden began to create self-portraits for ease and to have full control over images and has since grown into a self-portrait artist.