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CURRICULUM VITAE

Born Pensacola, Florida, USA
Lives and works on Saltspring Island, British Columbia, Canada

Exhibitions

2018 Photosynthesis 2018, ArtSpring Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2018 Sacred, LightBox Photographic Gallery, Astorias, OR curated by Robert Adams
2018 Chair, Amanda Smith Gallery, Johnson City, TX curated by Gayle Stevens
2018 Erotica, Salt Spring Gallery, SSI, BC
2017 Forgotten Places, Faultline Projects, Salt Spring island, BC
2017 Shootapallooza Print Invitational
2017 Parallel Art Exhibition, Artspring Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2017 What is Nature, TILT Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
2016 Remnants, On The Edge of Avant-Garde and Antiquarian Photography, Lighbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria, OR
2016 Easter Art Invitational, Mahon Hall, Salt Spring Island, BC
2016 In Celebration of Trees, juried by Tom Zetterstrom, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT
2015 Salt Spring National Art Prize, Mahon Hall, Salt Spring Island, BC. Curators Gagnon, Kalberg and Thomas. Winner: 'Best Local Artist.’
2015 Alternative Process, juried by Amy Holmes George, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT
2014 Au Jardin 2014, Alternative Photography Invitational, Victoria, BC
2014 Exposure PhotoFestival, Elevation Place, Canmore, AB
2013 Members' Annual, Texas Photographic Society, New Braunfels, TX
2013 F 5.6 Alternative Processes, Claridge Gallery, Bellevue, WA
2013 Skipping Stones Relational Art, Robert Bateman Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2013 Away Far Off, Prentice Gallery, Victoria, BC
2013 Forgotten Places, Fernwood Road Cafe, Salt Spring Island
2013 Heavy Metal, Light Box Gallery, Astoria, OR, curated by Terry and Kathleen Thompson
2013 Blue Sky Pacific Northwest Viewing Drawers, curated by Laura Moya and Clint Willour, Portland, OR
2011 Forgotten Places/The Other Side, Luz Gallery, Victoria, BC
2011 Wetheads, Gallery of Fine Art, Satakunta University, Kaankanpää, Finland
2011 Forgotten Places, Atelier pH7, Brussels, Belgium
2010 High and Dry X, Texas Tech University, International Cultural Center, Lubbock, TX, curated by Roy Flukinger
2010 Retrospective, Luz Gallery, Victoria B.C.
2010 Contest 2009, International Association of Panoramic Photographers, Valley Gallery, Spring Valley, MD
2010 Quiet Lands, Starfish Gallery, Salt Spring Island, B.C.
2009 SF Camerawork Benefit Auction, SF Camerawork, San Francisco, CA
2009 High and Dry IX, Texas Tech University, International Cultural Center, Lubbock, TX, curated by Dianne Griffin Gregory
2009 Photosynthesis, Artspring Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2009 A Million Little Pictures, ArtHouse Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2008 High and Dry VIII, Texas Tech University, International Cultural Center, Lubbock, TX, curated by D. Clarke Evans
2008 My Land, My Home, Dales Gallery, Victoria, BC
2007 Creekside Rain Forest Fundraiser for Salt Spring Conservancy, ArtSpring Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2007 High and Dry VII, Texas Tech University, International Cultural Center, Lubbock, TX, curated by Norman Mauskopf
2007 Contact 3, Contact Printer's Guild Group Exhibition, 422 Gallery, Phoenix, AZ
2007 Connection 3, Exposed,Disability Arts Festival, Joseph D. Carrier Gallery in Toronto, Ontario, curated by Stephen Bulger
2007 Contact 2, Contact Printer's Guild Group Exhibition, Camerawork, Portland, OR
2007 Contact 1, Contact Printer's Guild Group Exhibition, Viewpoint Gallery, Sacramento, CA
2007 Truth and Beauty with Linda Connor, George Tice and Michael Kenna, Point Light Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2006 Exposure 2006, Peter Whyte Gallery, Banff, Alberta, curated by Craig Richards
2003-2006 Alternative Photographic Processes, Travelling Exhibition Southeast USA, Texas Photographic Society, San Antonio, TX, curator Christopher James
2005 High and Dry V, Texas Tech University, International Cultural Center, Lubbock, TX, curated by Joel Salcido
2005 Fade To Black, Galleons Lap Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2005 Photosynthesis, ArtSpring Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2005 Quiet Lands, Gallery on Herald, Victoria, BC
2004 High and Dry IV, Texas Tech University International Cultural Center, Lubbock, TX, curated by Patrick Nagatani
2004 Exhibition for the 20th Juried Exhibition at the Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts, Toronto, ON
2004 Quiet Lands, Toronto Photo Festival, Steamwhistle Gallery, Toronto, ON
2003 West Coast Artists Annual, Sooke Art Museum, Sooke, BC
2002 Essence of the Sea, Living Oceans Society Travelling Exhibition to promote Oceans Environments, Vancouver, BC
2000 Explorations, Gallery 1248, Victoria, BC
2000 Invitational, Rocky School of Photography Annual Exhibition, Missoula, MT

Awards & Accomplishments

2015 Mahon Hall, Salt Spring Island, BC. Salt Spring National Art Prize, curated by Gagnon, Kalberg and Thomas. Winner: 'Best Local Artist.’
2015 Salt Spring Arts Council Grant for the project, 'Swimmers of a Certain Age'
2011 Sally Mann Award by Joni Sternbach, Luz gallery, Victoria, BC
2009 Dorothea Lange- Paul Taylor Documentary Grant, Duke University, Durham, N.C., applicant
2008 Prix de la Photographie in Fine Art Landscape and Architecture, Paris, France (two awards)
2007 High and Dry VII, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
2007 Featured on Chicago Albumen Works Website Gallery for use of Printing- Out Paper, Housatonic, MA along with Linda Connor
2006 Project Assistance Grant from British Columbia Arts Council, B.C. for Here We Pray
2005 High and Dry V, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
2004 High and Dry IV, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
2003 Resident at the Banff Centre of Arts, Banff, AB- mentor was Ernie Kroeger
2000 Rocky Mountain School of Photography, Missoula, MT
1997 Marilyn Winter Scholarship, Coupeville Arts Center, Whidbey Island, WA
1992 Ernst Haas Scholarship in Photography, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO- study with Mark Klett
1981 First Asilomar Conference in Photography, Pacific Grove, CA, workshop assistant for Robert Dawson, Kenda North and Jack Fulton

Publications

2013 Jill Enfield's Guide To Alternative Photographic Processes, Focus Press, NYC
2013 ARTICLE: Gulf Islands Driftwood: "Huber shares large-format passion" by Sean McIntyre, February 20, 2013
2012 Featured with Facebook group Women and Their Big Cameras in View Camera Magazine -  July/August Issue
2012 Köyhä Daguerrotyyppi (Poor Boy's Daguerotypes) written by Jalo Porkkala is published by Satakunta University, Kankaanpää, Finland.
2011 'Wetheads Exhibtion' at the Satakunta University, Kankaanpää, Finland
AlternativePhotography.com paperback edition
2009 International Association of Panoramic Photographers, Panorama Magazine - Summer Issue, featured as one of four Women Artists, N.Y.
2008 Times-Colonist, Victoria and Saanich News, Saanich, BC
2008 PX3 Annual Book, Prix de la Photographie, Paris, FR
2008 Boulevard Magazine, Victoria, BC
2007 Creekside Fundraiser for Temperate Rainforest, Poster for Promo, ArtSpring Gallery, Salt Spring Island, BC
2006 Book: Alternative Photography: Art and Artists, Edition One. Published by Lulu Press, Stockholm, Sweden.
2005 Times-Colonist News, Victoria, BC
2005 Driftwood News, Salt Spring Island, BC
2005 Wegway Magazine, Steam Whistle Gallery, Toronto, ON
2002 Monday Magazine, Essence of the Sea, Victoria, BC
1999 Western Artists, Ellensburg News, WA
1986 Presentation Gallery Annual, Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC
1986 Western Photographers, Poster - Promo for Marylhurst, OR

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