This website includes my work as a visual artist and as a longtime stylist for print and TV—two different expressions of a singular sensibility. I graduated SVA with a fine arts degree in painting and segued into a life on set. In 2015, I began shooting as a team with my husband, Steven Randazzo. As half of Randazzo Blau, I honed my photography skills and discovered my passion for styling and shooting smaller, more intimate projects. A focus on artisans has dovetailed with a rekindling of my love for painting and collage, facilitated by more time spent in my new home studio.
I strive to create compelling art and imagery out of found objects. In the discarded, the organic and the obsolete, I see history, character and beauty. In my hands, old kitchen utensils, industrial components, wild mushrooms—all chosen for their form, color and patina—are repurposed in graphic compositions and transporting still-lifes. From the detritus of the everyday, I envision something entirely new that asks us to reimagine what we take from the past and give to the future.