Campbell Washington

Campbell Washington

Campbell Washington

Campbell Washington Graduated the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and has completed the MFA program in Photography.  She has traveled extensively in North America and Europe, and has focused her craft on cityscapes and landscapes capturing the character of the respective locales.  Her favorite genre of photography is street photography, but she also captures portraiture on location. She finds herself influenced by the format. The look of her imagery is defined by the specific camera medium she is using at the time. Washington’s current work chronicles her travels to places that are consistent with childhood memories and cause her to reflect on her growth and future. Currently, she is using “road trips” as a metaphor and mediation in order for her to reflect on her past to enter her unknown future.

Exhibitions              

2019                        What About US?: A Group Exhibition, Atlanta Photography Group, Atlanta, GA

2019                        Gently Fading, Already Gone: MFA Thesis Exhibition, Garcia|Wilburn Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2018                        Raw Artist Atlanta Presents: Connect, Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

2018                        Like a Girl Foundation Presents: The Female Gaze, Garcia|Wilburn Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2014-2018           Open Studio, Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, GA

2017                        This Land is Your Land Exhibition, Trois Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2015                        Open Studio, Savannah College of Art and Design, Lacoste, France

2014, 2016          First Street Art Gallery, MFA National Competition, New York, NY

2014                        New Kids on The Block: A Student Art Exhibition, Mint Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2014                        Agnes Scott College 8th Annual Art Colloquium, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA

2013, 2014          Call for Art Work, Juried Student Art Competition Exhibition, Atlanta, GA

2013                        Small Works Art Show, Southwest Art Center, Atlanta, GA