Born in the sunny southern U.S., illustrator and designer Gina Binkley is the granddaughter of two tobacco farmers. Her rural upbringing nurtured her interests in folk art, quilting, antiques and animals. She uses these passions from her early years as inspiration for her work today.
Gina has created photographic assemblages and still life collage for many publications including the New York Times, Time Out NY, Harvard Business Review, Fast Co and the Chicago Tribune. She has also provided conceptual images for many book covers. Her assignments and commissions for assemblage and still life has inspired her further foray into commercial photography assignments. She retains a keen interest in photographing objects but her love of portraits and place as well as beauty and romanticism has set the course for the next phase of her photographic work. To see more of Gina’s work go to her website and Altpick page.