Jodie Hulden is a California-based artist whose contemplative photography focuses on intimate landscapes and still life vignettes. She has a degree in art from San Diego State University where she worked primarily in textiles and fiber arts.. She discovered her passion for black and white photography in the 1970s doing film and 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.
Exhibitions and Press
2012 Yosemite Renaissance XXVII Exhibition, Yosemite Valley, CA. Honorable Mention Award for "Gnarled Tree"
2015 Earth Month 2015 Los Angeles Group Exhibition, G2 Gallery, Pico House, Los Angeles, CA, "Stillness", "Intimacy" and "Stopping to Sea"
2015 "Wild Graces" Two-Person Exhibition with Robert Treat, Mission Trails Regional Park, San Diego, CA
2015 Lenscratch Online Magazine by Aline Smithson, June 6, 2015, www.lenscratch.com, with "Torrey Pines Portfolio"
2015 Center for Photographic Arts, Carmel, CA, International Juried Exhibition, "Gourds on a Gold Plate"
2016 PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT, "Gnarled Tree", Directors Award
2016 "Whispers - Inside Bodie" Two Person Exhibition with Robert Treat, Gallery 4204, San Diego, CA
2016 Black and White Photography Magazine (UK), August issue, "60 Seconds Exposure" interview with Tracy Hallett
2016 Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, “Home” Exhibition, "Waiting"
2017 Zion National Park, Utah, Artist-in-Residence, Month of February
2017 Yosemite Renaissance 32 Exhibition, Yosemite Valley, CA, "Ancient One", Honorable Mention
2017 FotoRelevance Commentary by Geoffrey Koslov, "Medium Festival of Photography 2017", November 10, 2017, www.fotorelevance.com
2018 Open Show San Diego presenter at MOPA (Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego)
2018 Center Santa Fe Editor's Choice Award, Third Place for "Left Behind" portfolio. Bridget Watson Payne, juror - Senior Editor, Chronicle Books
2018 Center for Photographic Arts, Carmel, CA, Juried Members Exhibition, "Circle of Light"
2018 Center for Photographic Arts, Carmel, CA, International Juried Exhibition, “Ancient One”
2018 Rfotofolio Selections, Photography Merit Selection for “Seeing Silence” Series
2019 Center for Photographic Arts, Carmel, Annual Juried Members Exhibition, “Visual Poem: Secret Shelters”
2019 Photolucida Critical Mass Finalist, Top 200, “Seeing Silence” Portfolio
2019 Left Behind book Release, Dark Spring Press, Andy Burgess Publisher and Editor