Jodie Hulden is a California-based artist whose contemplative photography focuses on intimate landscapes and still life. She has a degree in art from San Diego State University where she worked primarily in textiles and artist books. She discovered her passion for black and white photography in the 1970s using film and doing darkroom work. She transitioned to digital photography in 2001. She has studied with George DeWolfe, Carlin Tapp, Michael Frye, Brett Erickson and Susan Burnstine. After retiring from a teaching career, she now devotes her time to fine art photography. Her work has won numerous awards and she has exhibited her prints nationally.