The Photographic Journal

Color Therapy

Essay 143 • Mar 24th 2017

In memory of Daniel Loper.

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Kate Sweeney

Kate Sweeney (b. 1987 in Columbus, Ohio) is TPJ’s Photographer-In-Residence. Kate is a self-taught photographer whose work has been featured online in Feature Shoot, Dazed Magazine, Refinery29, and The Huffington Post, as well as in magazines such as Austere, Clear Nude, Babefest, and Latent Image. She currently lives and works in Columbus, Ohio, where she continues to make work that focuses on the human form, abstraction, and color.

Sarah Achor
“I suppose I’m an artist working in several media. I love helping other artists create their visions, which is why I love to model, but I also work primarily in film photography as well as oil painting/mixed media. My main goal, generally, is to help people question things in life, have a different perspective, and open their minds to things they may not have otherwise thought. Collaborating is also a wonderful avenue to bounce around new ideas and can be a great way to heal and work through difficulties in life.”