CAMILLE ROSS - USA
Sulla sua Arte
2018: Current, Arts Magazine, The Union, Nevada City, CA
2012: Desert Exposure, Photographer, Expose, Healing Arts, Qigong, Silver City, NM
2009: Photo Voice: Instructor/Coordinator, New Beginnings, Silver City, NM
2009-11: Women’s Creative Writing Workshop, NM Connections to Wellness.
2009: Marfa Magazine: Photographer: “Marfa Ranchers, Editor, Johnny Calderon, Marfa, TX
1992- Exhibiting Artist/Photographer. Current.
2007: The Story Project/Instructor: Bridging the Entertainment/Art World with At Risk Youth, in conjunction with the Hartley-Merrill Screenwriting Prize.
2006: City High School, Youth Art Mentor, Photography, Tucson, AZ.
2005: Publicist: Clair Obscure, for Bobby BeauSoleil, Los Angeles, CA. Features: Bizaar
1997: Photographer: FlexTronics International, Company
Brochures, San Jose, CA.
1997: Photographer: CD Cover for Wire Graffiti, San Francisco, CA
1996: Assistant Photographer: Executive Portraits,
Delta Dental, San Francisco, CA
1995: Gallery Exhibition Photographer, Activities
Photographer, Brochures and Documents, Film Series
Coordinator; Latin and Hispanic Film Series:
Mission Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA.
1994: Photographer: Events Photographer, Musicians,
Donahue Awards for Eclectic Radio, San Francisco, CA.
1994: Photographer: Art Direction/Fashion Photography for Dava Dava Salon,
San Francisco, CA
1992: Studio Assistant, Photographer:
Personal Assistant: Tony Berlant, Santa Monica, CA.
1992: Photographer, Video and Lighting Assistant,
Casting Assistant, Diet Coke Commercial Auditions, Los Angeles, CA.
1991: Photographer, Copy Work, Brochures and
Design Michigan, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
1991: Gallery Attendant, Exhibition Preparation,
Pierce Street Gallery, Birmingham, MI.
1990: Gallery Attendant, Assistant to Director,
Exhibition Installations; Matting, and Framing.
Halstead Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
1989: Editorial Assistant, "Women and Therapy", (Peer Reviewed Professional
Counseling Quarterly Journal), Plainfield, VT
1988: Counseling and Psychology Assistant,
Administrative Assistant to Psychology Faculty
Search Committee. Goddard College, Plainfield, VT.
1987: Admissions Recruitment and Counseling, Delivered
Presentations for Recruitment Enhancement, Goddard
College, Plainfield, VT.
1986: Weekend Supervisor of Gallery Operations:
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA.
2002-05: Photography Instructor, Department of Art,
California State University, Northridge, California State University Fullerton, Fall 2003
1999: Photography Instructor,
2001: Department: Visual Arts
University of New Mexico, Taos
Casa De Corazon , At Risk Youth
Concurrent Enrollment, UNM Taos, New Mexico
Questa High School, Taos High School, Cimarron High
School: Concurrent Enrollment, UNM Taos.
1993:- Photography Instructor,
1995: Department: Photography and Post Graduate Studies
Academy of Art College, San Francisco, CA.
1992: Director: Paris Photography Workshops, Paris, France
Teaching Experience Continued:
1992: Director, Teacher, Paris Photography Workshops:
Organized Monthly Intensive
1993: Photography Classes, Portfolio Reviews at the
Bibliotecque Nationale, Darkroom Instruction, Studio,
Field Trips. Arranged College Credit through Goddard College
"Travel for Academic Growth Program" Paris, France.
Awards, Honors and Publications:
2009: International Woman’s Foundation, Scholarship Recipient, AIR, Marfa, TX
2009: Review, “180 Nights in Marfa”, The Big Bend Sentenial, Marfa, TX, 2009
2007: Tucson Pima Counsel on the Arts Grant Recipient
2001-: "Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American
2006: Women", “Who’s Who In American Art” 56th-6oth Editions.
2001: "Originals", The National Museum of Women
Artists, New Mexico Committee on the Arts, Catalogue
Cover, The Harwood Museum, NM.
2001: "Originals", The Albuquerque Journal, NM.
2001: "Critical Reflections", THE Magazine, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2001: "Photography at The Fenix", The Albuquerque Journal
2001: "Altered States", The Taos News, NM.
2000: New Mexico Council on Photography/Willard Van
Dyke Grant Recipient.
2000: "Visual Sound", The Horsefly, Taos, NM
2000: "First Timers", The Taos News, Taos, NM
1999: Plan B Artist Catalogue, “Out West” with Harmony Hammond Santa Fe, NM
1999: "Nude in the Negative", The Taos News, Taos, NM
1999: Nimrod Literary Journal, Pablo Neruda Award Issue, Poetry, Tulsa, OK.
1997: S.F. Camerawork 1997 Artist Catalogue, San Francisco, CA.
1991: See Magazine, Philadelphia, PA
1991: "Street Scene", Detroit Area Artists, The Eccentric, Detroit, MI.
1990: Award of Excellence in Photography, City of San Jose, CA.
Office of Cultural Affairs
Review, Detroit Freepress, Detroit, MI.
1989: CAA Student Work Represented at the Society of Photographic Education,
St. Louis, MO.
Cube Literary Magazine, Fall and Spring Issues
Newport News, VA.
1988: The Polemic, Literary Review, Plainfield, VT.
Solo Exhibitions: Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe,
New Mexico, July 6-August 19, 2001.
Images of Rancho Linda Vista, Oracle, AZ 2007
“180 Nights in Marfa”: International Woman's Foundation, 2010
Clio Art Fair, New York City, NY March 2019
Juried Shows and Invitationals:
2009: International Woman’s Foundation: Artist in Residence, Grant Recipient.
2007: Tucson Pima Council on the Arts Grant: “Migrant Motel Culture”.
2003-5: "Bedlam", Los Angeles, CA. Group Exhibitions.
2001: "Originals", National Museum of Women Artist’s,
New Mexico Women Artists, The Harwood Museum, Taos, New Mexico
2001: "Photography 7", The Fenix Gallery, "Taos
Photographers", Taos, NM
1999-: Curator, Coordinator: UNM Student
2001: Photography Exhibitions, Multi Media Events and
Installations, Bareiss Gallery, Ecco Gallery, Taos, New Mexico
1999: Plan B, "Art Out West", Curated by Harmony Hammond, Santa Fe, NM
1997: S.F. Camerawork: Group Show, Featured Artists Auction. San Francisco, CA.
1996: Bedlam: Los Angeles and San Francisco Artists
Showcase, LA, CA.
1994: Academy of Art Faculty Show, San Francisco, CA.
1993: The Forge, Belleville Artists, Paris France
Atelier Marek, Belleville, Paris, France
1991: "New World Images", San Jose Civic Center, San Jose, CA.
Collaborative Film with Paul De Nooijer," Temples In
High Places", Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Cranbrook Art Museum, Summer Show, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
"Objects", Forum Gallery, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
1990: "No Dog is a Machine", 150 Years of Photography,
Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Private and Corporate Collections:
Michele Erusard, President, Renault USA
Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Oakland Museum, Oakland California
New Mexico Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Harwood Museum, Taos, New Mexico
1999: Lecture Panel: Art Out West, Plan B, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1990:- Visiting Artist, Guest Lecturer, Photography
1991: Department, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Invited during Fall and Spring Semesters.
Work in the Collections of: Renault USA, Museum of Fine Art, New Mexico, The Harwood Museum, Taos, New Mexico, The Oakland Museum of Modern Art, The National Museum of Women Artists and Private Collections.
Organizations: College Art Association: Member,
Society for Photographic Education, Member
Who's Who In America
Who's Who In American Women
Who's Who in American Art
References Available upon Request.
Work Listed on Saatchi Art
La sua Biografia
As a long time photographic artist, with many bodies of award winning work, my current work addresses global warming and the effects of climate change through a lens crafted images of desert and ocean landscapes effected by the burden of global warming. I lived in the Gila Wilderness of New Mexico for the last decade which was a virtual outdoor studio, this vast body of work was shot entirely on my iPhone incorporating new technology as camerawork. I am a long term lecturer in visual culture and photography with many bodies of work that have earned me several grants including the New Mexico Council on Photography, The Tucson Council on The arts, The International Women's Foundation Grant of Marfa, Texas. My work has been included in many solo and notable group exhibits including the National Museum of Women in the Arts, New Mexico Women Artists, sponsored by the Smithsonian Museum at the Harwood Museum of Taos, New Mexico, Solo Exhibit at The Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico, The International Women’s Foundation in Marfa, Texas, Clio Manhattan, The Fenix Gallery of Taos, NM, Byrdcliffe, Woodstock, New York. Additionally my work has been reviewed by many esteemed media sources including THE Magazine of Santa Fe among many more. I currently live in New York City where I am an exhibiting artist and activist. My book Native Light, The Photography of Camille Ross is being published by Afterhours Books and will be released in 2022.