I was so thrilled to receive an Honorable Mention in the Culture & Daily Life category in the 13th edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, a competition celebrating women photographers all over the world, held by the Photography Gala Awards.
The winning images were three of my favorites from my latest adventure to the Turkana region of northern Kenya.
I am so honored to win the Grand Prize for Shadow & Light Magazine’s special March/April edition, Color It Red 2019. The issue features work from some of my favorite tribal expeditions.
Having just returned from an amazing trip to the Turkana region of northern Kenya, my imagery was filled with color. Though I am known for my infrared photography, I was very inspired by the challenge presented by Shadow & Light’s Color It Red competition, since I always have a color camera with me too, and was thrilled to have the work so well-received.
My work is truly about discovery, both while traveling and in creating the images. I think of my work as magical realism.
“Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams.” – Paul Gauguin
Follow this link to read my full interview and order a print copy or PDF download of my Color It Red edition!
I have been photographing the Parade for more than 20 years, and it never disappoints. It is an honor to continue to receive recognition with images from one of my favorite New York City events.
The highly acclaimed ND AWARDS is a melting pot of some of the world’s most outstanding and talented souls in the field of photography. The Gala Awards, with the sponsorship of the Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography, celebrate women photographers of all levels.
I am always thrilled to be honored alongside so many wonderful photographers from all around the world.
I received the wonderful news this week that I have been awarded Grand Prize in Santa Fe Photographic Workshops’ 2018 “Diversity” competition with one of my favorite images from Ethiopia, a portrait of a Suri family wearing some of their amazing headdresses in the Omo Valley.
With my work, particularly my ongoing series “Still Points in a Turning World“, I am always exploring our universal cross-cultural truths: the importance of family, community, ritual and the amazing diversity of its expression, so this award is especially meaningful to me.
Many thanks to Santa Fe Photographic Workshops for this incredible honor, and congratulations to the other winners and honorable mentions; may we all continue to celebrate diversity together. Though we may not see our own customs and traditions in these images, it is my hope that we recognize our common humanity.
I am very excited to announce that my new website www.terrigoldworldimagery.com, which has been in the works for a few weeks, is ready for visitors!
The new site features a large collection of my images from years past all the way to the most recent, including my ongoing tribal series “Still Points in a Turning World,” images both old and new from the Mermaid Parade of Coney Island, some of my dance photography, and more. You will also find a page with information about my solo exhibition of “Still Points in a Turning World,” and links to press my work has received and awards it has garnered.
Last but not least, the new site provides all the information you need to acquire original, signed prints of my work. I am very happy to share this news, and my website, with you. Please feel welcome to visit and inquire about anything of interest.
570 women photographers from 63 countries participated in the 11th edition, collectively submitting 5,732 images. It is a huge honor to be featured alongside the beautiful work of so many great women photographers.
My images selected are from Kenya, India, Ethiopia, and the Mermaid Parade of Coney Island.
I’m honored to give a talk at Professional Women Photographers (PWP) monthly meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, November 8th. I will be showing and discussing work from my travels in Asia and Africa throughout the years…
This year, The International Photography Awards received 14266 of submissions from over 165 countries, and I am honored to have been awarded an Honorable Mention Award in the 2017 International Photography Awards Competition in People – Culture for the winning entry Samburu Warriors.
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!