Beth Lilly is a fine art photographer interested in telling stories – her own as well as others. Her conceptually driven projects engage viewers in innovative ways. A book of her cell phone project, “The Oracle@WiFi” was published in 2012 and her work has been included in books “Noplaceness” (2011) and “Earth Now” (2010). Recent solo exhibitions include The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, The Hagedorn Gallery and MOCA GA. Group shows include the Slow Exposure Photography Festival, and the New Mexico Museum of Art. A Hambidge Fellow, she also received grants from Atlanta Celebrates Photography and the Society for Photographic Education. She has received national coverage in the arts press and her work is included in both public and private collections.
Lilly earned an M.F.A. in Fine Art Photography from Georgia State University, under Guggenheim recipient John McWilliams, himself a student of Harry Callahan. As an undergraduate at the University of Georgia, she studied film making, receiving an A.B.J. in Mass Media from the University of Georgia.
After receiving her masters, she worked for Turner Broadcasting as photo editor and then as a director from 1994 to 2002 while continuing to create and exhibit her own photography. In 2002, she left to spend more time with her art projects, teaching photography as adjunct faculty at Kennesaw State University and the Art Institute of Atlanta. Born in Charlotte North Carolina, she currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
APG shows juried by name
CONCEPTS: The Post-Apocalyptic Photo Challenge - June 28 – August 24, 2013
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