Judy Stalus has been a photographer for over thirty years. Stalus fell in love with the medium while working at Harvard where she borrowed a Leica from the science staff photographer and was also permitted to use the department darkroom. For the next 20 years Stalus practiced law in Boston but continued to photograph constantly, setting up her own darkroom and taking classes and workshops. She printed her own work in both black and white and color, renting a professional darkroom for large color prints. She developed an interest in “toy” cameras and collected Dianas, Dories and later Holgas, and also began working with a Polaroid SX-70. After moving to New Hampshire she decided to pursue art full time. At about the same time she began to experiment with digital photography, first simply scanning her negatives and creating digital prints, and later switching to digital cameras exclusively. She found that she loved the creative freedom of the digital darkroom. Stalus is a founding member of the Walpole Artisans Cooperative Gallery and a member of the Vermont Center for Photograph, NOA Gallery in Concord Massachusetts, and Green Trees Gallery in Northfield, Masschusetts. Her work has been shown in numerous galleries and shows including the Soho Gallery and Mills Pond House in New York, the Decordova Museum in Massachusetts, the Silverman Arts Center in Connecticut, Sharon Arts Center and Keene State College in New Hampshire and the Kathleen Ewing Gallery in Washington DC. Stalus has also been published in Fine Gardening Magazine and New Hampshire Magazine.