Planting Potatoes (2001)
Spring Storm, Shepherd (2001)
Kathleen Laraia McLaughlin is a documentary photographer and educator with an appetite for exploring the world. For her efforts at capturing a disappearing world, she has received a Fulbright Senior Scholarship, an IREX Grant (National Endowment for the Humanities), and a Houston Center for Photography Fellowship. Her images have appeared in National Geographic’s blog Proof, PDN, LensWork, B&W Magazine, and The Times Saturday Magazine (UK). Her photographs have been exhibited both nationally and internationally and are in the permanent collections at the Museum of Photographic Art in San Diego, Western Virginia Museum of Art, and the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest.
The Color of Hay: The Peasants of Maramures is Kathleen’s first monograph of photographs. www.colorofhay.com. She is an active member of the Society for Photographic Education and is currently the Secretary for the west region. You can find more about her photography at www.klmphoto.com.