Born 2 Lead
A few photo collages for the new Boston brand Born 2 Lead. I love working with teams of rad women, and getting a little crazy colorful in the process.
In Celebration of Rosa Parks Day
The day America tear gassed asylum seeking children
"You were born the teller of your own tale
before none should you kneel."
This photo collage references a gorgeous poem by Reese Levya. Link to full poem here.
One a day
Im on a mission to continue producing feminist art and empowering women around me until equality is achieved.
One a day
One a day. Doing this until we get the misogynist politicians out of power.
Burn it all Down
Nothing like the death throes of a patriarchy to really inspire a woman to buckle down and work. I've been working with mixed media collage using pieces of photos I have taken and vintage advertisements to help me channel the raging feminist in my core.
I have a solo photography show coming up for the month of September!
The opening with be September 7, 2018 at the Oak Bluffs Library on Martha's Vineyard at 7pm.
Boston Voyager Magazine
I'm so excited to announce that I've been featured in the Boston Voyager Magazine. To read more about my journey with photography, click here: http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/life-work-siobhan-beasley/
The Griffin Museum of Photography
A black and white photo from my ongoing series about womanhood, "Prey" is currently being featured at the Griffin Museum of Photography, in a show jurried by Richard McCabe. I am honored to be included in the show that features such amazing talents from all over the United States.
24th Annual Juried Members' Exhibition
July 19 – September 2, 2018
Reception on July 19, 2018 7-8:30
Dancers of the Vineyard
I had the honor of working with The Yard dancers on Martha's Vineyard this summer. Here are a few of our favorite shots.
Love and Loss
September 23, 2013 I lost my little brother. This photo series explores the long aftermath of grief, loss, confusion, and new beginnings.
Light & Dark
As a new age of spiritualism sweeps the country, it often neglects to acknowledge the shadowy side of creation. But where does the light have to play, besides the dark?