Tricia Rosenkilde is a fine art photographer and educator. She earned her Fine Arts degree at Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts and incorporated her early interests in painting and art history into a passion for working with expressive historic photographic processes. Tricia works exclusively with analog printing processes, specializing in classic, archival platinum/palladium printing. Each unique print is personally handmade on artists watercolor papers. Inspired by old world European landscapes, her work “Panoramic Pinholes” captures images from the chateaux and gardens of various regions of France and Italy. Utilizing a photographic process with pinhole cameras, also known as “camera obscura”, she is able to produce images with an expressive quality that evoke the dreamlike spirit of the past and capture the romance and timeless beauty of Paris and environs.
In addition to her fine art work Tricia is a dedicated faculty instructor at the International Center of Photography, NYC, and the Penumbra Foundation, NYC. She has also taught courses and workshops at Parsons School of Design, NYC, the Morgan Library NYC, NJ Center for Visual Arts, and Seton Hall University. Her work has been shown throughout the US, including at the Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles, Griner Waters Gallery, Lakeland FL, the International Center of Photography NYC, Soho Photo Gallery, NYC, Drew University Korn Gallery Madison NJ, and the Crane Arts Center, Philadelphia PA, among others.