PhotographyAnne-Marie Littenberg


I live in Burlington, Vermont, in the USA. The camera is my tool for hoarding what I see. I don’t fear losing stuff, but am afraid of forgetting something that has caught my eye. I photograph with hope of remembering a short-lived experience. As I age, it gets harder to hold onto those images with memory. I take pictures of what I wish to savor with a second look, and then a third. Everything goes by too quickly, but the camera allows me to linger. I am not looking to show enormous splendor, profound truth or emotional depth. Rather, I want to hold onto that which puzzles, evokes mystery, and raises questions.