South Florida based documentary photographer Frances Bukovsky received a Bachelors of Fine Arts with Honors in Photography and Imaging from Ringling College of Art and Design in 2018, however has been exploring relationships and everyday moments through photographic media since 2009 when her parents gave her a point and shoot camera.
Bukovsky’s work raises awareness for chronic disease and mental illness and delves into themes of nostalgia, gender, and identity through images from everyday life. Her ongoing project, A Family of Complicated Bodies, discusses the impact of chronic illness on a middle income American family and has been featured on Aint-Bad.com. Currently she is creating work that discusses the physical and mental toll of female reproductive diseases such as endometriosis and hyperplasia through self portraiture.
Contact Frances for shooting availability and project inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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