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Athens + Atlanta, GA editorial and commercial photographer

Atlanta, Georgia editorial and advertising commercial photographer available for assignments and commissions

Amanda Greene is a photographer and artist living near Athens, GA. Amanda offers a unique perspective as a working photographer based in rural Georgia

"Amanda Greene lives with her husband and dog in Danielsville, Ga., a town of roughly 600 people between Atlanta and Greenville, S.C. The moments that make up her personal work — inspired by quiet, often offbeat, yet distinctly Southern moments — are often a short drive away, co-piloted by her dog, riding shotgun. The oft-tricky problem of access is usually easily solved with a simple gesture toward her car’s license plate.

After working in Los Angeles’ entertainment industry for over 12 years, she returned to Georgia and found her perspective sharpened by time away. Today, she photographs the people, items and texture of the place she wants to preserve. Junked American cars, hand-painted signs, the grocery store her grandparents took her to were unchanged after decades."

(Matt McCann, from the New York Times LensBlog)

 

Living in a rural area near a small town informs Amanda’s work, seasonal shifts and subtle changes that occur over time combine with a slower pace of life to provide endless subjects to photograph. This unique perspective of life off the beaten path helps Amanda’s work tell a story of time and place.

Editorial clients include The New York Times, T Magazine, Garden & Gun Magazine, CNN, Buzzfeed, Bloomberg Businessweek, Outside Magazine, NPR Music, and The Bitter Southerner.

Commercial clients include Synovus Bank, Guardian Pharmacy, Sweetgreen, Digitas North America, Jamestown LLC,  and Salesforce.

Her work has been featured on The New York Times LensBlog, The Bitter Southerner and The Oxford American.

Her first monograph REJOICE was published in 2019.

 

Recent Exhibitions:

2017 "Fast Forward//Rewind", MOCA GA, Atlanta, GA

2017 "Landscapes and Interventions", Hathaway Contemporary Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2019 "What She Sees", The Lola, Atlanta, GA

2019, "Minding the Gap", The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences, Rabun Gap, GA

2020 "Southern Values", The Hudgens Center, Atlanta

2021 "When In Athens", The Humid, Athens, GA

 

Awards:

2015 Virginia Twinam Smith Purchase Award, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

2017 Hambidge Center Fellow, Rabun Gap, GA

 

Education:

BFA Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, 1997

Member of Women Photograph, The Luupe