"I started photography with a brownie camera when I was young and experimented with black-and-white film. I would arrange small rocks, leaves and other objects on a table next to a window. I was intrigued with how the light affected the resulting image. It just became a passion and a way for me to capture something that moved me. The most challenging aspect in creating my art is using the microscope. It is a very complex instrument." - read our interview with Carol Roullard in The Crazy Mind magazine.