About Collin Howell
Collin Howell is an American photographer who lives between Fort Worth, Texas and Boston, Massachusetts. With a keen sense of aesthetics and beauty, Collin's works are rendered in accordance with her vision of the world. She presents works that are lyrical yet minimal, allowing nature to remind us of our place in the world and offering us a meditative moment.
After completing a residency program in photography at Maine Media Workshops + College, Collin began her photography career working for conservation and non-profit organizations such as The Outdoor Foundation, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, and The Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association.
Her work has been featured in digital and print publications, such as U.S. News & World Report, Dagbladet Børsen, Maine Farmland Trust Journal, The Image Story, and Feature Shoot. She is a two-time nominee for Photo District News’ "30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch" and is an alum of the Eddie Adams Workshop XXIX. Her work has been exhibited in galleries across Maine and Texas.
J. Peeler Howell Fine Art, Fort Worth, Texas, 2023
William Campbell Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas, 2022 + 2021
UNE Art Gallery, Portland, Maine, 2019
University of Maine, Augusta, Maine, 2018
Frontier, Brunswick, Maine, 2017
Fort Works Art, Fort Worth, Texas, 2017
Maine Farmland Trust Gallery, Belfast, Maine, 2016
Patagonia, Freeport, Maine, 2014
PhoPa Gallery, Portland, Maine, 2013
Maine Media Gallery, Rockport, Maine, 2013
Mercedes Benz Financial Services, Fort Worth, Texas