Shows & Stuff
JURIED GROUP SHOWS
- Figure in Barn and Sheets accepted to A Midnight Eerie at Gallery 136 1/2, Manchester CT,juried by Jessica Somers, Fall 2014.
- Legs accepted to Plastic Fantastic V at the Lightbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria OR, juried by Susan Burnstine, Summer 2014.
- Trees at Auer Farm and Moonset were both accepted to the 2014 Somerville Toy Camera Festival, Somerville MA, juried by Isa Leshko. May-June, 2014.
- Swimmer was accepted to the 7th Annual Juried Plastic Camera Show at the Rayko Photo Center, San Francisco, CA, juried by Ann Jastrab, spring 2014.
- Florida was accepted to the 14th Annual Krappy Kamera Competition at the Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY, juried by Jean Miele. February 4 – March 1, 2014.
- Photographer accepted to Figures | Contexts at Vermont Photo Place (Online Annex), Middlebury VT, juried by Cig Harvey. January 7th – 31st, 2014.
- Siblings was accepted to the Family exhibit at The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, juried by Katherine Ware, Winter, 2013.
- Flower Girl was accepted to the 2103 Holga Out of the Box exhibit (Online Gallery) at TCC PHOTO | GALLERY & PRODUCTIONS, Longview, Texas, juried by Ted Orland, Fall, 2013.
- Bucket and Jumping Off Dock were accepted to the July exhibit at the A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas, juried by Christy Karpinski, July – August, 2013.
- Sheets accepted to 2013 Juried Exhibition at the Newspace Center for Photography, Portland OR, juried by Sarah Stolfa, July 2013
- Valentine accepted to Plastic Fantastic III at the Lightbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria OR, juried by Susan Burnstine, Summer 2013.
- Girl in White accepted to Open Water at the Kiernan Gallery (Online Annex), Lexington, VA, juried by Jennifer Schwartz. May 2013.
- Little Bo Peep accepted to The Magic of Light at Vermont Photo Place (Online Annex), Middlebury VT, juried by Aline Smithson. March 2013.
- Apple Picking accepted to Exposures 2013 at the West Hartford Art League, West Hartford CT, juried by Avery Danziger. January 2013.
- Bunny Mask wins Director’s Award at Portals at the A Smith Gallery, Texas, juried by Jeffrey Becom. November 30 – January 12, 2013.
- Figure in Barn accepted to Spooky Show IV at the Lightbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria OR, juried by Russell Joslin. October – November, 2012.
- Figure in Barn wins Best Shot Award at Toyed With at the Open Shutter Gallery, Durango, CO. juried by Christine So. August – September 2012.
- Selkie’s Daughter and Bunny Mask accepted to 2012 Juried Show at the Perfect Exposures Gallery, Los Angeles, juried by Nick Ut, Eli Reed, Jose Aurelio Barrera, Aline Smithson, and Armando Arorizo, Summer 2012.
- Bunny Mask accepted to Alternative Realities at the PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury VT, juried by Laura Moya, August 2012
- Bunny Mask accepted to 8th Annual Juried Show at the Newspace Center for Photography, Portland OR, juried by Laura Moya, July 2012
- Girl in Tutu accepted to First Annual Open Show at the Vernon Arts Center, Vernon CT, juried by Patricia Hickson, Christopher Mir & Joseph Fucigna, June 2012
- Girl in Road and Bunny Mask both accepted to Plastic Fantastic III at the Lightbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria OR, juried by Susan Burnstine, Summer 2012.
- Boy with Blankie accepted to Portraits at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO, juried by Anna Walker Skillman, winter 2012
- Beach accepted to Again: Reflections and Photography at the PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury VT, juried by Sylvia de Swaan, Fall 2011
- Selkie’s Daughter accepted to Spooky Show III at the Lightbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria OR, juried by gallery staff, Fall 2011
- Underwater accepted to Toyed With at the Open Shutter Gallery, Durango CO, juried by Michelle Bates, Summer 2011.
- Girl in Tutu awarded 3rd Place at Plastic Fantastic II at the Lightbox Photographic Gallery, Astoria OR, juried by Susan Burnstine, Summer 2011.
“Girl In Tutu” is a truly iconic toy camera image that is perfect in every way. The menacing composition, the complex, troubled expression on the child’s face and the overall depth and mood is uncompromisingly flawless in a creative practice that thrives on flaws to create perfection. – Susan Burnstine
- Girl in Tutu in 4th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show, Rayko Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Spring 2011.
- Girl with Parasol included in Black and White at the Kentucky Art Speaks Gallery, Louisville, KY, Fall 2010
- 2 images included in display at Library Snapshot Week, at West Hartford Public Library, juried by Joseph Cadieux, March 2010.
INTERVIEWS / PUBLICATIONS
- Breastfeeding portraits featured on today.com, June 2014.
- Interviewed about holga work on Little Bellows, June 2014.
- Breastfeeding in Real Life was featured on the Baby Center blog, October 2013 as well as multiple other places around the net including the Huffington Post, the Daily Mail, AOL, and SLR Lounge.
- Interviewed on Holga Direct, October 2013.
- My article, Using Framing in Children’s Portraiture, published on ilovephotography blog, September 2013.
- Interviewed on Branded Love
- Published in Square Magazine, SPO3, Toy Camera Edition. March 2013.
- Interviewed on Clickin Moms Podcast, February 2013.
- Interviewed on ILP Featured Photographer, January 2013.
- Featured on Little Bellows (Year in Review)
- Interviewed on Little Bellows, July 2012.
- Published in How to Plan the Perfect New England Wedding: Featuring 15 Interviews With New England’s Top Wedding Professionals , July 2012
- Published in Volume 9 of Otto: the Art and Literature Journal of Tunxis Community College, May 2012
- Interviewed on M4H Photography: Heart Inspired Art, March 2012
- Interviewed on Shop Talk, February 2012
- Interviewed on Jpeg2RAW, February 2012
- Featured on Let the Kids Dress Themselves, July 2011.
- Interviewed on Clickin’ Moms: Getting Started in Film When You’re a Digital Photographer, July 2011.
Stacie Turner is a self-taught fine art and portrait photographer. She works primarily using a hybrid technique of shooting film, editing the negatives digitally and then digitally printing. Much of her personal work is done using toy and vintage cameras and examines the experiences of childhood and motherhood.