Abstract landscape photographer E. Kelly O’Neal creates evocative images of place that celebrate beauty, color, and stillness. Unlike most photographers, she seeks to move the camera freehand during exposure, relying on years of practice to create the look she wants. Kelly self-taught this technique beginning in 2007 in her basement apartment, combating the stress of a consulting job by photographing flower bouquets at midnight. Probably while drinking whiskey. Her continued adoration of the technique reflects her love of simplifying the chaos of the world. Seeking beauty, while offering viewers a moment of calm and deep breaths to bring into their daily world.