Issue No. 8 – June 2015
“I love taking photos of empty, abandoned, or forgotten homes. Even if they are falling down. Once they were new and full of life and promise, but families grow, change, move on. What I hope to capture are ghosts of the past – not of the supernatural kind, but someone’s memories of the past in the places they called home.”
Tammy Ruggles is a legally blind photographer, finger painter and writer who lives in Kentucky. Her profession in the arts began when Retinitis Pigmentosa forced her to retire from social work. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Some of her credits include Writer’s Digest, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Art Times Journal, Weird Tales and other publications.