Returning to college for an MFA in painting and drawing at age 50, Pinky/MM Bass discovered her true voice in photography, although installation, performance, and mixed media figure prominently in her current work. Her exploration in photography has always aimed at revealing the edges of the mystery of aging, life, and death. She works primarily with the human figure and nature in black and white compositions. Bass has recently introduced eco-printing to her process of making and is exploring how to combine eco-dyeing with photographic images. Bass has had over 40 one-person shows and participated in numerous group exhibitions throughout the U.S. as well as in Mexico, Italy, Germany, Macedonia, and Canada. Her work is included in numerous collections, including the High Museum (Atlanta), The Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Polaroid Collection.