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Erica Flood


creating a visual language to gain a deeper understanding of the human experience

The ultimate goal of my work is to utilize a visual vocabulary that communicates across regional and cultural barriers, in order to create a renewed curiosity about the human experience in my audience.

I am a Documentary Style photographer who has been actively engaged in creating photographs for more than twenty years. I have been on a personal mission to gain a deeper understanding of the human experience around the globe. My explorations have taken me to the San Blas Archipelago in Panama and Buenos Aires-Argentina, Kino Bay-Mexico, Kenya and most recently Berlin, Germany. I attended Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona where I received my B.A. in Photography with an emphasis in Documentary Studies in December 2005 and in October 2013, received my Post-graduate Certificate from the Oskreutzshchule Für Fotografie in Berlin, Germany.

January 2010, 2011 LCC Grant, E’town Uprising: Voices of Youth(Photography Program) 2009 Finalist Photographer’s Forum Best of Photography Annual 2009 January 2005 Suzanne Tito Award in Photography Works Published Photographer’s Forum: Best of Photography Annual 2009 (Pg. 95) Transitions Magazine [Vol.26 #2, Spring 2005] Alligator Juniper, Literary Journal, 2005 Edition Raven Review Special Feature [Vol.6 #1, 10/29/04, Pg. 8&9] Raven Review [Vol.5 #2, 11/21/03, Pg. 1&4] Photographer’s Forum: Best of College Photography Annual 1999 (Pg. 177) Valley Advocate 1998 Group Exhibits Photobook 2013, Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, NY, November 2013 Post, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany, October 2013 Hosmer Gallery, Northampton, MA, September 2010 Elements, Arcansus Gallery, Shelburne Falls, MA, November 2009 Solo Exhibits Kenya: Off the Beaten Path, Cooley Dickinson Hospital Auxillary – New Gallery, April 2009 Collections all the girls, Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, Library – December 2103