From the Photomaton gallery guide:
"Photobooth introduced me to production values. I looked at my photobooth pictures as enactments, and sometimes it would take me three or four times to enact a picture that I was happy with. The execution of the image you conjure up is the most important thing. You have to make it believable. I work in advertising now, still inventing rather than taking my photos."
Dorothy Handelman is an advertising, editorial and portrait photographer whose work has been published in American Photographer, Best In Packaging, Photo Design, and Zoom. She received a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y. Her work was shown at Ohio Wesleyan University's "New Photographers" exhibit. Ms. Handelman has also designed and written many small press publications. Her photobooth pieces are the only three-dimensional works in this show.
Contributed by Tim