Donna Moore is a photographer and art educator from Blaine, Tennessee. She is a works mostly with pinhole and analog cameras, processing her images in a traditional darkroom. She also makes Cyanotypes and Lumens, using botanicals and birds in memoriam.
She is currently the co-director of A1LabArts, a cooperative art space, in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she curates exhibitions and teaches workshops in experimental photography.
She is also a partner in a community outreach project called ‘The Big Camera”. It is a 6’x10’ cargo trailer converted into a Camera Obscura and portable darkroom. It travels to local schools, events and festivals in the East Tennessee area, promoting historic photography.
Her work has been shown in local and national exhibitions and in India.