Evy Huppert is a fine art photographer whose black and white film-based work explores emotional narrative in both landscape and portraiture. A native of Minnesota and long-time resident of New England, she considers herself to be a true ‘child of the North.’ Permanently light-deprived, her remedy for personal and collective seasonal affective disorder is making images that are often about light itself.
Evy is a 2019 Critical Mass Finalist. Her project “Wild Spirits” is currently appearing in a solo exhibit at the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro, VT and was recently exhibited as a Portfolio Showcase by the Davis-Orton Gallery, Hudson, NY. “Wild Spirits” was featured in Lenscratch in July 2019, and was selected by Brian Taylor to be exhibited online with an interview in 2020 by Rfotofolio. Her work has been shown in SHOTS Magazine, the Hand Magazine, and will be included in the forthcoming 10th anniversary issue of Diffusion Annual. Evy’s work has also been included in exhibitions at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester MA, ASmith Gallery, Johnson City, TX, the Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins, CO, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT and others.