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Stefanie Lynn Casaceli Hendra, MRA Brain Scan of AVM - Fine Art Photography


Stefanie Lynn Casaceli Hendra
MRA Brain Scan of AVM

8.5 x 11 inches
Photography and ultraviolet light
Noritsu, roll paper (glossy), made in Japan


Stefanie Lynn Casaceli Hendra is a multidisciplinary artist. She spends most of her time taking photographs, painting, creating fiber art, and playing the piano. Stefanie has 25 years of experience with her art. She was diagnosed with a brain AVM in 2016, and most of her work is about coping with her AVM, her HLA-B27 diagnosis, menorrhagia, her family, women empowerment, Halloween, and her bucket-list travel photographs in Japan and Italy. She has been published nationally and internationally in PIKCHUR Magazine, Artist Portfolio Magazine, and Skywriter Magazine. Stefanie currently lives and works in Japan and is also the founder, curator, and editor of A.B.F.M. Magazine™.

I am intrigued with vivid colors, photographing peculiar objects, and seeing how light affects moods and how the objects take form. I am on a journey with ultraviolet photography and digital photography. My influences are through my fascination with Japanese culture with Maiko style, fashion, film, and traveling the world as a mother, and military wife.

Digital photography is new to me, I was taught old school photography in the darkroom. What I have learned is digital photography is one more tool for expressing oneself in the arts. Art can be very therapeutic and it enlightens that you are not alone and you can overcome anything in this human condition. We are navigating through this life and sometimes you don’t know where you are on your journey and where you want to go. Try to accept, invite and embrace change.


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