“Travel isn’t about movement it’s about being moved”

            — Pico Iyer

 

Catherine Zdeblick is a photographer photographing the human condition. Looking at her photos you see how Catherine and her camera have the power to open doors.

 

 

“When we show up something always happens”

— Rania Matar

 

By being present it becomes possible to photograph the most honest moments as they unfold. This closeness creates the opportunity to make deeply personal and powerful images.  Each photo reflects the world’s incongruities as well as what joins us all together as human beings.

 

As an observer of life, Catherine looks to make compelling images while traveling. So far, Catherine has documented the human condition on trips to Antarctica, Africa, Sri Lanka, Cuba (several times), Germany, Spain and Mongolia.

 

When not traveling, Catherine splits her time between Madison, WI and Steamboat Springs, CO.

 

 

“Send me home transformed”

— Pico Iyer

All photographs on this website are © Catherine Zdeblick 2022

None of these photos are in the public domain and all rights are reserved by the creator.

“Travel isn’t about movement it’s about being moved” — Pico Iyer

 

Catherine Zdeblick is a photographer photographing the human condition. Looking at her photos you see how Catherine and her camera have the power to open doors.

 

 

“When we show up something always happens” — Rania Matar

 

By being present it becomes possible to photograph the most honest moments as they unfold. This closeness creates the opportunity to make deeply personal and powerful images.  Each photo reflects the world’s incongruities as well as what joins us all together as human beings.

 

As an observer of life, Catherine looks to make compelling images while traveling. So far, Catherine has documented the human condition on trips to Antarctica, Africa, Sri Lanka, Cuba (several times), Germany, Spain and Mongolia.

 

When not traveling, Catherine splits her time between Madison, WI and Steamboat Springs, CO.

 

 

“Send me home transformed” — Pico Iyer