Local photographer Debbie Rosenfeld is more of an artist than a photographer. Pictures brimming with creativity and moving images, she has quite the extensive collection of work. Impressive for a photographer who only started working professionally three years ago. Rosenfeld attributes her wide collection to her long work days.
“I’m normally working 14 hours a day,” Rosenfeld said. Though she started professionally three years ago, she began with her sisters square Kodak camera as a kid. Her hard work and passion seems to be paying off. Currently, she has representation in Ohio, Indiana and New Jersey. Her works are making waves at shows from earning second best of show in the Professional 2007 Fine Arts Exhibit to the Ohio Art League Spring Juried Show where David Pagel picked her unconventional piece “Alien Biomes.”