"I am a San Francisco multimedia artist who has a passion for digital and traditional arts. I tell stories about environments and their inhabitants, documenting the interactions among people and other animals. I spend a lot of time observing and photographing the intricacies of the natural world."
Beth Cataldo is a San Francisco multimedia artist who has a passion for digital and traditional arts. She currently spends most of her time on photography but has also created movies, jewelry, and graphic arts since she was in college, where she studied Film.
As a certified California Naturalist, she spends a lot of time observing the intricacies of the natural world. Her fascination with mammals, birds, landscapes (urban and rural) and citizen science is revealed in her photography.
Beth tells stories about environments and their inhabitants, documenting the interactions among species, including humans. Her goal is to capture the individuality of each living thing and how it interacts with others and its world.
With common natural histories in mind, Beth takes her camera into the world and, like a detective, tries to discover the characteristics and mannerisms that all living things share.
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist