How she finds these places is beyond me, but how she turns them into a stunning form of art, well, I don’t even think that’s something I could ever really understand. Gina’s eye for places or objects that have decayed over the passage of time is quite breathtaking, and often brings a new sense of life to the subject. It’s truly like an art-based time machine. One second you can imagine the frame bustling with people and vibrant life, and the next you see only the effects of father time.
I’ll let her images speak for themselves, but what I can say is that the journey of working with Gina has been anything but a decaying process. Our working relationship has always been pleasant and enjoyable for me, and I’ve enjoyed seeing her career taking off. She’s a wonderful woman, a talented artist and deserves nothing but success.