Self Portrait Nova Scotia, “Tintype”, Wet Plate Collodion on Aluminum Trophy Plate

As a fine art photographer, Holly works with both medium and large format, black and white silver gelatin, wet plate collodion and digital processes. Her work has been shown and privately collected in both the United States and Canada. Locally, she has been a featured artist in the Boston Arts Festival and the Cambridge Science Festival.

     Holly teaches at Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick, MA and at Massachusetts Bay Community College in Wellesley, MA. She currently serves as the Director of School Outreach for The Photographic Historical Society of New England (PHSNE) where she connects donated cameras and equipment to educational institutions maintaining traditional darkroom programs throughout New England. (Email Holly at educameras@phsne.org if you are a school program in need of cameras or darkroom equipment.)

     A variety of grants have allowed her to travel to Labrador for a photography project that uses landscapes as metaphors for medical specialties, to spend 3 weeks living and photographing at a family owned and run organic farm in Nova Scotia, and to study with the photographers Howard Bond, John Coffer and Olivia Parker.

Holly has a darkroom/studio in Framingham, MA and in Scots Bay, Nova Scotia.

Holly is a member of the following photographic organizations:

The Photographic Historical Society of New England (PHSNE)

The Photographic Resource Center (PRC) at Boston University

The Griffin Museum of Photography

The Society for Photographic Education (SPE)

Follow Holly on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hollyworthingtoncamera/


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