Annielly Camargo is a young multifaceted photographer based in Boston. She is in her third year completing her undergraduate degree at Hampshire College with her focus in photography and Latin American Studies. She hopes to continue her path as a visual artist through filmmaking as well. She shoots on a Nikon D750.
Her art photography focuses on navigating vulnerable bodies in different spaces in order to test limits and question our realities and face traumas at any given state.
Her work and achievements have been featured on:
SwissNEX Boston: https://www.swissnexboston.org/hubweek/
Friends of Switzerland: https://www.friendsofswitzerland.org/the-stratton-prize/
CNN Money: https://www.cnnmoney.ch/shows/tech-talk/videos/francesco-bortoluzzi-dario-floreano-us-and-switzerland-explore-deals
Metro USA: https://www.metro.us/boston/teens-in-charge-of-mfa-exhibit-to-celebrate-teen-arts-council-s-10th-anniversary/zsJpgn---CQdhQb98Rl0c
Hoodgrown Aesthetic Podcast: https://player.fm/series/hood-grown-aesthetic/episode-32-second-time-dropping-out-of-college (First 6 min)
Augusta Savage Gallery - UMASS Amherst:
https://fac.umass.edu/content/Files/FY18_ASG_Home.pdf (pg 7)
Artist Portfolio Magazine: https://artistportfoliomagazine.blog/2017/07/18/annielly-camargo-q2-art-competition/
Imagining America: https://imaginingamerica.org/2018/07/31/announcing-the-2018-2019-ia-jgs-fellows/
She will be studying abroad in Cuba from Feb 1st-3rd and will not be booking during that time.