From the interview with Rachel Hulin for FutureDude:

FutureDude: How did you get into photography?

Rachel Hulin: I’ve been into photography since the darkroom days of high school, and just continued with it after that — shooting photos for the newspaper in college, then going to grad school, working at the International Center of Photography, working as a photo editor, and now primarily as a photographer. It’s just always been what I wanted to do.

FutureDude: How does technology support or affect what you do artistically?

Rachel Hulin: I definitely make use of digital cameras and Photoshop (of course), but I do still try to shoot a lot of film and play with film lenses on digital backs and such. I use Lightroom for all my editing and workflow.

FutureDude: What was the impetus for creating the imagery of your son, Henry, floating?

Rachel Hulin: I’ve always loved the power of photography to levitate a subject, and when we were ‘flying’ Henry as a baby — he just loved it. The idea of removing the parent just came to me.

View the original interview in full

View Rachel Hulin’s series “Flying Henry”
Browse all of Rachel Hulin’s images at ClampArt