Madeline Alpert’s photography turns ordinary objects into art. She seeks to show the beauty in objects that others might not notice or to show the beauty of objects in a unique and new way. Along with images of traditional landscape and still-life, Madeline also uses close ups, graphics and minimalism as primary design elements.
Madeline’s background in studying philosophy and comparative religion led her to look at subtleties around her. Although primarily self-taught, Madeline has studied with renowned photographers from National Geopgraphic and the worlds of commercial and fine-art photography. Most recently, she studied with fine-art photographer Jack Wild in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
She currently resides in Salem, Oregon after having lived in New York, Florida, Japan, the Czech Republic and Nicaragua.