based in Boston, Ma
Canbra Hodsdon portfolio on Visura - a professional network to connect with photo editors and art buyers, and build photography portfolio websites. Visura members, like Canbra, share photojournalism, art photography, landscape, travel photography, portraits and more. Canbra has 5 projects, 29 community news posts, and 17 images shared in the photo stream.
Canbra Hodsdon (b. 1985) is an award-winning East Coast based photographer originally from Waterville, ME. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the Rhode Island School of...
I am very happy to announce that one of my images has been selected for the juried exhibition "Focus on Figures" at the North River Arts Society in Marshfield, MA! The exhibition opens April 22 with a reception from 7-10pm and will be on display until April 30.
I am very excited to announced that one of my images have been chosen to be part of the "Representing the West" Exhibition at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Pueblo, CO. The exhibit opens on January 28th with a reception on February 3rd from 4:30pm-7pm and is on display until March 19th.
I am very pleased to announced that one of my images have been chosen to be part of the "LAND" Exhibition at the Midwest Center for Photography. The show opens on July 29th with a reception from 7pm-10pm and is on display until August 12th.
I am happy to announce that my photograph "Brook Trout" has been chosen to be a part of The Fine Art of Photography: 2016 Juried Exhibition at the Plymouth Center for the Arts in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The exhibition opens on Sunday, April 10th with an opening reception from 2-5pm and is on display until May 14th.
I am happy to announce that two of my photographs have been chosen to be a part of Photowork '16 National Juried Photography Exhibition at the Barrett Art Center in Poughkeepsie, New York. The exhibition opens on Saturday, March 19th with an opening reception from 3-5pm and is on display until April 30th.
I sent in this article to Juxtapoz just 12 hours before the news broke that Bowie had died. He was a force to be reckoned with and will continue to be long after his death. See the article and full gallery of images HERE.
Just a reminder that if you are in the Seattle area, to check out the current show at the Photo Center NW. I have been chosen by juror Julia Dolan (Minor White Curator of Photography, Portland Art Museum, Oregon) to be part of Photographic Center Northwest's "Punctum: 20th Annual Photographic Exhibition". The exhibition opened on November 7, 2015 and runs until December 10 with a lecture by Julia Dolan titled "The Punch of Punctum: Locating Meaning in Photography and the Problem with Objectivity" on December 10 beginning at 6:30pm.
I am excited to review Jesse Burke's new book "Wild & Precious" for Juxtapoz Magazine's website. The book is published by Daylight Books and visually discusses the need for children to reconnect with the outdoors through touching images taken of Burke's daughter. Find my review HERE.
I am very excited to announce that I have been chosen by juror Julia Dolan (Minor White Curator of Photography, Portland Art Museum, Oregon) to be part of Photographic Center Northwest's "Punctum: 20th Annual Photographic Exhibition". The exhibition opens on November 7, 2015 and runs until December 10 with a lecture by Julia Dolan titled "The Punch of Punctum: Locating Meaning in Photography and the Problem with Objectivity" on December 10 beginning at 6:30pm.
I am excited to announce that an interview article I wrote on photographer Martha Cooper for "Got A Girl Crush Magazine" has just been published in their Issue 4. The magazine focuses on strong female role models within the arts community including interviews with Jessica Williams from "The Daily Show" and taxidermist Becca Barnet. You can buy your own copy HERE.
Check out my most recent write-up for Juxtapoz Magazine's photo blog on Jacob Ehrbahn's book "Headbangers". The book depicts headbangers photographed mid action at metal shows throughout Europe and is published by poweHouse Books. Read the full article HERE.
I am very excited to announce that I have been chosen as a winner in the "Photography: Professional" category in the winter issue of Creative Quarterly: The Journal of Art & Design! A selection from the series "Northern Customs" will be featured in the upcoming issue. To see the list of winners and runners-up, click HERE.
I now have an image of my work actually on display at the Louvre! My photograph was part of the See|Me Exposure Award Exhibition on display at the Louvre Museum in Paris. The one day event on July 13 showcased work by photographers from over 191 countries. My image is also part of the Exposure Award Still Life Collection which will be printed in a catalogue dedicated solely to the Still Life Collection.
I am very happy to be posted as a "Submission Favorite" by the New York Photo Festival today! The image posted is titled "Peter" from my Northern Customs series documenting the people, landscapes, and traditions that make the state of Maine unique.
I am very VERY excited to announce that one of my pieces was part of the See|Me Exposure Award Exhibition on display at the Louvre Museum in Paris. The one day event on July 13 showcased work by photographers from over 191 countries. My image is also part of the Exposure Award Still Life Collection which will be printed in a catalogue dedicated solely to the Still Life Collection.
*The image above shows the actual display from the exhibit, but not my images on the screen.
I am very excited to have an image in the "Picturing America" Photo Exhibition at 1650 Gallery in LA. The exhibition showcases a photo essay of all views of the multi-layered American experience, from photographers home and abroad. The show opens on July 4th.
1650 Gallery, 1650 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, California 90026
Check out Canbra's write-up for Juxtapoz Magazine's photo blog on NASA's spacewalk photos that were recently released with their documentary "Suit Up". The images depict spacewalks over the past five decades that were taken by NASA's own astronauts. See the post HERE.
Last week I had the privilege to write for Juxtapoz Magazine's photo blog about a beautiful photobook looking to be crowd-funded. The book, titled "Inuit Now", documents what it means to be Inuit in Greenland today through a photographic collaboration between photographers Dennis Lehmann and Lasse Bak Mejlvang. The book is being funded through Kickstarter donations until June 7th. Read the full article HERE.
I am very happy to announce that I have been invited to the Brush Creek Artist Residency in Saratoga, Wyoming for the month of October. With provided meals, studio space, and beautiful surroundings, I am so thrilled to focus on my landscape photography and fully immerse myself in the terrain.
I am very pleased to announce that my photograph "Penguin Island" has made it to the final round of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition put on by the Natural History Museum in London and BBC Worldwide. Final results will be released next month in May.
Image Caption: Martillo Island off the coast of Ushuaia, Argentina at the southernmost tip of Patagonia which serves as home to hundreds of penguins.
Today Aline Smithson wrote a great piece about Canbra Hodsdon's "Epic Personas" photo series on Lenscratch. Check out the post HERE.
"Photographer Canbra Hodsdon has created a series on family, Epic Personas, using staged tableaux, each celebrating a different family member, elevating them through pose and humor. It’s a wonderful way to consider those we love, each portrait reflecting Canbra’s interpretation of their personas. Canbra currently has work in the39th National Juried Photography Exhibitionat the Larson Gallery in Yakima, WA running through April 18th, 2015."
Next month I will have two photographs that were chosen to be part of the 39th National Juried Photography Exhibition being held at the Larson Gallery in Yakima, WA. The exhibition works were chosen by juror and fine art photographer David D. Johnson.
Exhibition dates: March 7 - April 18, 2015 (Closed March 23-28, 2015 for spring break)
There will be an opening reception held on March 7th from 3:00pm-5:00pm.