Angie Brockey is a nationally-recognized fine art photographer who creates images using a nearly 200 year old process, wet plate collodion. Her work has been described as, “timelessly beautiful, evoking a sense of mystery and wonder and incredibly evocative”. Each piece is carefully processed and developed in her darkroom, with some of her smaller images making their way into intricately crafted jewelry settings. Whether the image stands on its own or is part of an enchanting piece of wearable art, every creation represents a poetic journey for Angie as well as the viewer.
Angie grew up in the Midwest and from a young age displayed exceptional talent in music and art, focusing in the beginning of her life on writing music and performing. Recently she has been honored to have her fine art photography in many galleries, publications and online e-zines and in 2015 her work was included in the book, “DAS KOLLUDIM” By Peter Michels. Today she is thankful to her husband, Justin Brockey for introducing her to this beautiful photography process and creative outlet and is excited for the continued journey it brings.