Cath started out her photographic childhood in silver halide black & white, then naturally entered adolescence armed with her father’s Canon AE1, which accompanied her for nearly 15 years.
In 2008, she acquired a digital camera and discovered macrophotography.
Her curiosity about this new world led her to create a natural space in her own yard that would be an attractive habitat for certain insects. “The vegetation during the course of the seasons provides a constantly changing photographic décor as well as a protected space in which an insect can freely roam, and where changes and behaviors can be observed.”
She views macrophotography as a peaceful means of hunting and a resolutely harmless way of revealing scenes that are almost invisible to the naked eye..."