Laura Clark is a Canadian photographer who shares her time between Vancouver and Halfmoon Bay.
Clark’s photographs often look at the symbolism and meaning of flowers in the occasions of life – in celebration and in memory.
This series explores the vulnerability and fragility of the human landscape. As with all that lives, these flowers will come to an end in time, but perhaps not all is lost.
Inspired by the photographic process and her interest in botanicals as an extension of human expression, Clark has recently introduced Allora, a one of a jewelry collection of wearable art.
Like her photography, her jewelry reflects her interest in the preservation of feelings and memories – converting the intangible to the tangible.