Jane Yudelman was born in South Africa, grew up in England and now divides her time between Massachusetts and Maine. Having worked professionally for many years in poverty-alleviation programs around the world, she turns to photography to remind herself of the beauty that exists in a world of economic, social and political injustice. Her photography focuses on discovering abstract expressions of this beauty in the natural world: in small patches of ice, on the water surfaces, among leaves in tidal pools. Jane's work has been exhibited in galleries across the United States and has won a number of awards. Her images can be found in corporate collections in Maine and private collections in the United States and Europe.