Kate S. Parzych
Kate Stapleton Parzych is a Buffalo, N.Y.-based visual artist and arts educator whose work includes Zenlike digital images of water and reflections, darkroom explorations of light drawings and cyanotypes as well as handcrafted artist books. 
Of her recurring theme, she has written, “My work often explores aquatic spaces, documenting the surface of water, what might be resting upon it and what may be obscured underneath as reflections and waves amalgamate to create constantly shifting intangible spaces.” 
Parzych received her MFA from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2005. She is an adjunct instructor of photography at Daemen College and the University at Buffalo in addition to conducting workshops at CEPA Gallery and the Western New York Book Arts Center. She has exhibited her work regionally and has received recognition from the New York Foundation for the Arts.
For more information on Kate Parzych, visit http://katesparzych.wordpress.com/.
 Anonymous, undated biographical statement on Kate Parzych, http://www.cepagallery.org/about-cepa/teaching-artists-of-cepa/kate-stapleton-parzych/ . (Accessed 7/17/2014)
 Kate Parzych, artist’s statement, http://katesparzych.wordpress.com/about-2/. (Accessed 7/17/2014)