Here are some of my photographs for online viewing.




Infrared II

Infrared III

Infrared IV

New Orleans




Swamp Views


Exhibitions, Events and Festivals

One Person Show (Me!)
Saturday, March 14, 6pm
Ben Wheeler Library
Downtown Historic Ben Wheeler, Texas
sponsored by the BCAC

Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing a print, commissioning a work or event to photograph, photography tutoring and /or to let me know what you think.

Mailing Address: PO Box 2044, Malakoff TX 75148
Phone: 469-235-3392


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©2006-2015, Deborah Wood, All Rights Reserved.

Statement of Process

My current photographic work is determined by my vision of which I would describe as Contemporary Pictorialism. It may evoke feeling, mood or atmosphere. Through my use of a glass infrared filter in particular, I create stylized and idealized depictions of the physical world and aspects of nature.

Though my process in producing these images has moved from analog to digital, I use the same traditional photographic principals, lenses and glass filters to capture my images. I then process the negative digitally using photoshop and print them myself using archival pigmented inks on photographic papers and fine art media.


About Me:

After taking a course in photography when I was a university student, I became so enamored of it that I set up a darkroom in my grandmother's garage to develop my own film and prints using my father's old equipment. Lucky me! At that time, I was into what many young photographers were, namely Street Photography and Photojournalism which then led me to Event Photography, Portraiture, Conceptual, Landscape and Creative.

One of the things I love about photography is that it encompasses and reflects culture in the broadest and narrowest of sense. It is art (aesthetic), history (capturing and documenting the moment) and science (technological innovation) all rolled into one. It continues to progress and evolve which I view as not so unlike my own growth process. To strive, to seek, to find, and to recognize the moment underlies my approach to my life and photography.