Tatiana Jordan is an analog photography and mixed media artist from Parker, CO. She is completing a BFA in Photography from CU Denver and found her love for analog photography on a summer abroad trip to Florence, Italy. Her works are based on concepts of family and the struggles of female and parental identity. By combining fabrics, text, and historic photographic processes, she finds catharsis in the authenticity of where the items touch and leave their marks when exposed to sunlight. Her most recent work combines cyanotype and embroidery on clothing bringing transparency to topics of mother’s guilt and women’s struggle with authentic sensuality. Tatiana has exhibited her work in several group exhibitions at Emmanuel gallery and local venues around Denver, most notably the Athena Art Project’s Women in Their Infinite Forms exhibition at the Milk Market Denver.