Jodie Hulden is a fine art, contemplative photographer whose photography focuses on the poetry of intimate spaces, both wild and man-made. Her work has been strongly influenced by Taoism, Chan and Zen Buddhism, ancient Chinese landscape paintings, classical Chinese poetry and Japanese Haiku. She has a degree in art from San Diego State University focusing on textiles and fiber arts. She discovered her passion for black and white photography in the 1970’s, influenced by Ansel Adams, Minor White and Walker Evans. She has mentored with George DeWolfe, and studied with Carlan Tapp, Michael Frye, Brett Erickson and Susan Burnstine. In 2017 she completed a month-long artist-in-residency at Zion National Park. She was an award winner in 2018 at the Center Choice Awards in Santa Fe, NM. In 2019 she was selected as one of the 200 Critical Mass Finalists for her Seeing Silence portfolio. Also, in 2019 she published a book with Andy Burgess of Dark Spring Press of her interior Bodie images titled Left Behind. She has exhibited her work nationally at the Center for Photography Arts in Carmel, CA, the Center of Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO, PhotoPlace Gallery in Vermont, the Yosemite Renaissance Exhibitions and the Photographer’s Eye Gallery in Escondido, CA. She has been featured in On Landscape Magazine, FotoRelevance, and Black and White Magazine (UK). Jodie lives in San Diego.
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