In 2009, Christine joined the Cranford Millburn Camera Club to meet other photographers and widen her learning curve. She is currently the President of the club. Since joining, she has taken on many genres of photography and gone through many transformations of style. After pursuing many different styles, Christine has gone back to shooting what she started with–street photography.
Everyone needs a passion in their life. Photography is my passion. I picked up my first camera at 20 years of age. I was born and raised in New Jersey and began spending a considerable amount of time in New York City at an early age. I was and continue to be drawn to the vibrance, sounds, visuals, smells, and multi-cultural aspects of this great city. I have traveled extensively through the years, driven by the opportunity to photograph other cultures and document what I see. I love to stop the action, capturing a moment in time to create an image of a perceived sense of emotion, feeling, or environment. The less fortunate in society have always intrigued me and captivated my attention.
Christine recently placed as an honorable mention at the New Brunswick Art Salon 2018 — Photography: “A Facility for Photogenia” awarded by Andrew Darlow.
“NYC 1970’s 3” by Christine Cuthbertson
Drawing Competition: (Age 18) City of New York–1st Place (won scholarship to The Cooper Union Art School)
Vietnam Veterans Memorial: Holmdel, N. J.–one woman show with 25 photos of post-war Vietnam (2011), printed on metal (travel to Vietnam was inspired by the passing of my brother, a Vietnam Veteran).
Les Malamut Gallery: Union, N.J. (2014)
Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary: Audubon, N.J. (2015)
Bernardsville Library: to raise awareness about the devastation of Hurricane Sandy (2015)
Trailside Gallery: Watchung, N.J. (2014, 2016, 2017)
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