Thrilled to have some of my work from Niger and Ethiopia featured in a slideshow on ‘Oh the People You Meet!’, a global collaborative of contributors who create content for travelers, foodies and philanthropists seeking authentic local connection.
I am very excited to announce my solo exhibition of “Still Points in a Turning World,” featuring visual tales from my travels to the last mysterious corners of the world. The show will be at the Salomon Arts Gallery in Tribeca, NY.
Please save the date for the opening reception on April 19th!
The 10th Annual Black and White Spider Awards has selected two of my images as winners in the 2015 juried selection!
Preparing for the Gerewol Festival
Tuareg Nomad Teatime
10TH ANNUAL BLACK AND WHITE SPIDER AWARDS HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER TERRI GOLD FROM THE UNITED STATES
LOS ANGELES December 15, 2015 – Professional photographer Terri Gold of The United States was presented with the 10th Annual Black and White Spider Awards Honorable Mention in the category of Portrait at a prestigious Nomination & Winners PhotoShow webcast Saturday, November 21, 2015.
The live online gala was attended by over 10,000 photography fans around the globe who logged on to watch the climax of the industry’s most important event for black and white photography.
10th Annual Jury members included captains of the industry from Bonhams, Random House, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Stockholm City Museum, Annenberg Foundation, Leo Burnett, FTM Art Advisory and Fratelli Alinari who honored Spider Fellows with 505 coveted title awards in 31 categories.
BLACK AND WHITE SPIDER AWARDS is the leading international award honoring excellence in black and white photography. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and amateur photographers worldwide and honors the finest images with the highest achievements in black and white photography.
Thrilled to have my work presented on Creative Mapping- the creative collective blog.
Infrared Photographer Terri Gold
Award-winning, fine art photographer and creative nomad Terri Gold captures her beautiful, other worldly photographs of tribal and nomadic cultures and their rites using invisible light. This light which cannot be seen exists on the invisible part of the spectrum and is captured by infrared sensitive film to reveal a enchanting and poetic under-layer. At home in unfamiliar lands, the wanderlust fueled photographer lives a surreal existence where time and centuries coexist. As an outsider, Gold’s ability to tap into foreign worlds with such an intimacy whilst also emphasising the mystery encapsulated within their rituals and ceremonies is an impressive balance. And her talents are held in great esteem within the photography and creative worlds.
Traveling across oceans, deserts and deep into the bush with up to three cameras in tow along with an ever growing passion and wanderlust, Gold is seeking to shine light on the fragility of tribal cultures seemingly untouched by time; using a light that cannot be seen with the naked eye.
CM: Your work has been published in numerous digital and print outlets, what first garnered notice of your work? I think the global response to my work speaks to the universal connection that all humans share. The loss of diverse cultures and species is becoming inextricably connected with the development of the modern world. The cultural diversity of our planet is where our greatest creativity lies. Though we may not see our own customs and traditions in these images, it is my hope that we recognize our common humanity. Our challenge now is to keep the poetry of diversity alive…
This year, The International Photography Awards received 17832 of submissions from over 153 countries, and i was happy to be awarded Honorable Mention in two categories -Events People : Culture and Architecture : Historical.
My ongoing body of work, “Still Points in a Turning World”, explores our universal cross-cultural truths: the importance of family, community, ritual and the amazing diversity of its expression. I am interested in the different ways in which people find meaning in their lives, how an individual explores his or her existence through their traditions.
Wodaabe Nomad at the Gerewol Festival – Honorable Mention Winner – People : Culture
Agadez Grand Mosque in Niger – Honorable Mention Winner – Architecture : Historic
About the International Photography Awards: Each year, the International Photography Awards (IPA) invites passionate photographers, to compete for the title of Photographer of the Year. A board of esteemed professionals in the field juries the competition: curators, photo editors, gallery owners, art directors, and other luminaries from the international photography community. The photography community from countries around the globe will pay tribute to the most outstanding photography achievements presented at the Gala Awards ceremony.
Nevada Wier is an award-winning travel and fine-art photographer specializing in the remote corners of the globe and the cultures that inhabit them. Enjoy her musings, creative tips, and practical suggestions. Excelsior!