WalMart at Sunrise ©Katie Tasch

I am a Florida based visual artist utilizing photography. Working on several bodies at once, I encounter photos more so than create them. My process is part of a lifelong curiosity about the human condition. I photograph things that speak to me; There are such amazements happening around us all the time, sometimes in the most quiet of ways.

I enjoy reading books on sociological topics to include genetics/health, agriculture, history, etc., and have had a lifelong interest in the human condition; how we got to this point, what have we worked around, what has this meant for all living creatures of this world (seen and unseen). These photos are part of my Manscape / Nature+ series. They mimic 18th century American Romanticism painting in their parallels of “man’s hand in nature.” The images explore what the world looks like because of people (yet absent of people), and showcases our slow forfeiture and the victory nature holds over us. -Katie Tasch


My love of photography has been lifelong. I got my first camera at 13, worked in a photo lab through high school, studied art and art history with a photographic emphasis in college at the University of Maryland. Still feeling as though I hadn’t yet found it, I ventured to the Savannah College of Art and Design where I received my MFA in Photography. Fast forward a purposefully unsaid amount of years later, I find that photography is a compulsion, and my most favorite way to communicate.

My work has been featured in several group shows Nationally, such as Decode Gallery in Tucson, AZ, and have had a couple of solo shows in the Georgia and Maryland. 

I reside in St. Johns, Florida with my husband and children, Roman and Sylvia.



Styrofoam Cup on Rocks ©Katie Tasch