Alice Teeple explores themes of the collective subconscious and spirituality in her conceptual work. Her themes are inspired by nature, British and Celtic mythologies, music, the occult, divination, silent cinema, Shakespeare, human history, and psychic visions.
Her documentary work primarily focuses on the class disparity in the United States.
These two themes are the most prevalent threads in her own life experience, and inform each other.
Born in rural Pennsylvania, her childhood was filled with fairy tales and the wild unknown. Spending much of her early life at the historical museum her family operated also inspired her taste for time travel.
Teeple is a self-taught photographer with a background in illustration, painting, and filmmaking. She lives New York City, where she currently works as a completely independent freelance photographer. She is the Arts editor for Downtown Magazine and writes for Post-Punk.com.
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