About - Jackie Mathey

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Working for years as a portrait and fine art photographer, a love of light and the history of photography has taken my work back in time, slowed it down. With a passion for simplifying the tools and processes I often wonder how available can I make photography to myself, or to others. Using minimal interference, from capturing to creating, my artistic explorations seem to be a continued search for processes that encourage a hands-on connection inspiring imagery that feels crafted rather than snapped.


jackiemathey@gmail.com      505 231 3758       www.campobscura.com




Exhibits and Collections:

• "Past is Present", David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico,

    July 8 through September 3, 2016  group show

“Flight Patterns”, Esquina Gallery, Soho New York, June through August 2015, group show

• “Poetics of Light”, New Mexico History Museum,  group show of  pinhole photography

• Santa Fe Community College, 2012, group exhibit

• “Out There, That Thing We Call Nature”, Hoxie Gallery, Westerley, Rhode Island ,2007,

  group show

• Pizzeria Espiritu, Santa Fe New Mexico 1998, solo exhibit

• “Mostly Sky”, Austin Texas 1985, Jackie Mathey and Shelton Walsmith

• Wittliff Collection

• The New Mexico History Museum Photo Archives Collection

• Eric Renner and Nancy Spencer Collection

• Addy Award for work with the Albuquerque Biological Park Brochure


Clients:

• Performance Santa Fe  •  Security Capitol Investments 

•  Mothering Magazine  •  Santa Fe Menu Magazine

• Alternative Therapies Magazine  •  Rick Johnson and Company

Fayette Street Academy •  PNM  •  Ristra  •  Pizzaria Espiritu  •  Geronimo’s

• A collection of very appreciated private portrait clientele.



Teaching:

• Demonstration  July 23rd 10:45 a.m., David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

• New Mexico History Museum, Building Tabletop Camera Obscuras, family workshops and docent training sessions for upcoming “Poetics of Light” exhibit.

 • Santa Fe Public Schools, Visiting Artist Program, 5 years and over a thousand elementary school children taught.

• “Camp Obscura Adventures in Pinhole Photography!”, created in 2005 offering workshops exploring photography in it’s most basic form.

    www.campobscura.com

• Santa Fe Waldorf High School, 3 years teaching pinhole photography.

• New Mexico’s Heart Gallery, CASA and CYFD sponsored workshops teaching photography for teens in foster care.

• Department of Veterans, teaching privately.


Education:

• Santa Fe Community College, Associate in Fine Art, Studied Alternative Processes for 3 years with Kevin Sullivan.

• Ringling College of Art and Design

• University of South Florida, Fine Art Department



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