C. A. Long
Long's work explores her personal interaction with the city of Cleveland, her hometown. She uses photography as a means to document the world around her and call attention to the things that people often overlook. Most of her photographs are created using a variety of vintage film cameras, including Polaroid; many dating back to the 1960's. Long's influences include: William Eggleston, Diane Arbus & Vivian Maier. By profession she is a social worker. Besides photography, her other interests include art, music, films, literature, gardening, urban exploration and mid-century modern design.