Laurie Lambrecht, a native of Bridgehampton, NY is a photographer and fiber artist who studied at Marymount College, The University of Colorado and The Visual Studies Workshop. She has had numerous solo exhibits in the US and internationally. Her photographs are in public collections including the National Gallery of Art, The Portland Art Museum and the Parrish Art Mueum. Between 1990-1992 she worked as administrative assistant to Roy Lichtenstein, simultaneously photographing the artist and his process. In 2011, Monacelli Press published her monograph "Roy Lichtenstein, In His Studio". In 2013 she taught in Medellin, Colombia in the program Literacy through Photography. Lambrecht has lectured at The NGA, Art Institute of Chicago and Morgan Library among other venues. She has participated at other residencies including the Rauschenberg Residency, the Watermill Center and KH Messen in Norway. Her work celebrates the landscape in an intimate way combining photography and needlework while exploring nature's patterning and a craving of the tactile.