Fine Art Photographer
“My photographs are permeated with the inevitable unfolding of time. Layered images point to what endures. With haunting references to place and spiritual and generational legacy, the work invites the viewer to look deeply, to contemplate and find resonance with images that seem to exist simultaneously in the past and present. Always there is evidence of beauty with a tinge of sadness and qualities of impermanence and imperfection.”
Life After Life
Examines Siegfried’s profound attachment to her ancestral summer home and her devotion to the objects and structures that create a bridge between the past and the present.
An exhibition of photographic works drawn from forgotten 16mm film footage captured by Siegfried’s grandmother in the back lots of the Ringling Brothers Circus between 1927 and 1945.
A collection of portraits of Siegfried’s mother taken during her ninety-eighth and ninety-ninth years, culminating in her 100th birthday.
Photo Book: LifeLines
LifeLines is a collection of twenty-three platinum prints comprised of self-portraits and images of transformation in Nature. The visual counterpoint between these photographs creates a narrative, subtle in its poetic lyricism and spiritual insight.