By softening the focus, photographing more abstractly, and combining photographs with photograms, relationships of the conscious and subconscious have suggested a deeper understanding of a more political human experience.
Curry was born in 1955 in upstate New York’s Adirondack Mountains; she spent her childhood in Tupper Lake. Many family events and individual accomplishments called for photographing. It was at the age of fifteen that her desire to record light on a snow covered boulder, revealed another exciting dimension of photography to her. At the age of eighteen, she enlisted in the U.S. Navy; Curry continued to photograph the places and people she met. She studied at Chabot College in California, and at the State University of New York at New Paltz where she received a BFA. Curry has exhibited her work in several juried shows. In 1983 the artist, with a partner, established the Adirondack printing Service in Tupper Lake where she now resides.