After a career as a professional dancer/choreographer based in New York City, Dawn Watson shifted her artistic practice to photography. Nature serves as her muse, her subject of concern, a source of solace and healing. Exploring themes of perception and transformation, Watson’s imagery subverts form and content as a response to our changing environment in this era of the Anthropocene. Her work has been featured online and in print, including Diffusion X Magazine, Shots Magazine, Elizabeth Avedon Journal, Griffin Museum of Photography blog, Lenscratch and What Will You Remember. Her photographs and artist books have been in juried exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe, including the Albrecht-Kemper Museum, Center for Fine Art Photography, Davis-Orton Gallery, Foto Forum, Ph21 Gallery, Tilt Gallery, Tang Teaching Museum and in solo exhibitions at the Griffin Museum of Photography, The Los Angeles Center for Photography and Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts. Her work is held in private collections and at The Lodge at Woodloch.