Piece description from the artist
I happened on this little house while on one of my "cruising" shoots, where I try to find roads to drive down that I have never been on before. It was somewhere in Maine or New Hampshire…. I can't remember which side of the line I was on. The house must have been abandoned after sinking about a foot into the ground….. but so lovely in its demise….
Anne Bialobrzeski grew up in Pennsylvania, and later relocated to southern New Hampshire. In an earlier chapter of her life, Anne, known to most as Tocky, bought her husband a camera to help him develop a new hobby; he did not use it, so she did. Seven cameras and some fifty thousand shots later, she considers photography an integral part of her life. Anne either has a camera with her wherever she goes, or wishes she does, because she is always noticing something photograph-worthy.
Anne believes that there is art in the mundane, and her love of photography is about sharing her experience of seeing something special in the ordinary. From portraiture to landscapes to street photography, Anne's images offer a candid look at day-to-day life through her own perspective.
Anne currently lives and works in Hampton, New Hampshire.