Laura is an artist based in New York. Laura’s work is rooted in the study of light, the ways the properties of light interact with the subject. Utilizing her training as an optical scientist and physicist, she represents light through the intensity of her colors. The spectrum of light becomes apparent through shapes and layerings, which results in a balance of completeness and uneasiness. Laura holds graduate degrees in physics, optics and engineering where she explores light-matter interactions of materials and of human disease specimens. She has published more than 60 papers, holds 13 patents, and is coeditor (along with Dr. Peter P. Sordillo M.D., Ph.D., M.S.) of the recently published books "Biophotonics, Tryptophan and Disease" from Elsevier/ Academic Press, and "Short-wavelength Infrared Windows for Biomedical Applications" from SPIE Press.
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