My work is included in the current exhibition Toughened to Wind and Sun, Women Photographing the Landscape, open now through March 8, 2020 at the Portland Art Museum, curated by Julia Dolan, The Minor White Curator of Photography. This exhibition explores more than a century of landscape photographs created by over 30 women. Drawn almost entirely from the Museum’s permanent collection, this exhibition celebrates a critical, vibrant, and underrepresented aspect of photographic history.


If but a sunbeam strikes too warm was featured in an interview with Melanie Flood by Humble Arts Foundation:

A New Photography Exhibition Remakes the Order of The Natural World, Humble Arts Foundation, December 2018


New work is included in the group show

If but a sunbeam strikes too warm

Teresa Christiansen, Anne Hall, Sarah Meadows, Kate Steciw

October 12th – December 15th 2018

Melanie Flood Projects

420 SW Washington St., #301

open Friday & Saturday 12-4pm and by appointment


I have a piece included in the 

PCNW 21st Juried Photography Exhibition

Juried by Sandra Phillips, Curator Emeritus, SF MOMA

March 27 - June 11, 2017

Sandra Phillips Lecture: Thursday, April 13, 6:30pm at Seattle University

Exhibition Reception: Thursday, April 13, 8pm at PCNW

Photographic Center Northwest

900 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122


The Portland Art Museum has acquired two of my recent works for their collection. Both are included in the current exhibition "Photography and Contemporary Experience," curated by Julia Dolan, The Minor White Curator of Photography. The show is on view now and will be up through March 12, 2017.


1219 SW Park Avenue

Portland, OR 97205


An interview with me about my show "Indifferent Horizons" at Melanie Flood Projects has been published online here.


Indifferent Horizons was reviewed by Oregon Arts Watch - read it here


I will be participating in a conversation with Dr. Julia Dolan, Minor White Curator of Photography at the Portland Art Museum on May 4th at 7pm at Melanie Flood Projects. 

The discussion will relate themes addressed in my solo exhibition at the gallery to a broader contemporary and historical photographic context.


I will be presenting a solo show of brand new work:


Melanie Flood Projects

420 SW Washington St #301

Portland, OR 97204

Opening Reception: Friday April 1, 6-9pm

Closing Reception: Sunday May 15, 12-3pm

April 1 - May 15, 2016

Saturdays 12 - 5pm & by appointment


I will have a piece included in INTRODUCTIONS 2016, curated by Jim Osman at Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. The opening reception will be Friday January 15th, 6-9pm and the show will be up through February 12th.

Trestle Gallery

168 7th Street, 3rd Floor

Brooklyn, NY 11215


Celestial is included in Humble Arts Foundation’s new group show “Space Jamz” - an exhibition curated by Jon Feinstein which “looks at outer space through a media-fogged pair of beer goggles.”


My work is now represented by Uprise Art

check out my online interview with them here!


A new piece will be on display in Holding Sway, opening Thursday September 3 at PNCA


I'll be showing with artists Emily Hartley-Skudder and Liesl Pfeffer during July in NYC

Better Homes and Gardens


461 W 126th, NYC

opening reception: Saturday July 11, 4-7pm

closing reception: Saturday July 25, 2-5pm


My work is included in The Wassaic Project's Summer Exhibition:


The Wassaic Project

Maxon Mills

37 Furnace Bank Rd, Wassaic NY 12592

June 14 - September 20, 2015

open Friday 5-7pm, Saturday 12 - 7pm, Sunday 12 - 5pm, 

and by appointment


I will have work in the group show UNDERSTORY, curated by Mark Takiguchi at Leland Iron Works, on the studio and property of Oregon artist Lee Kelly.

opening reception: Sunday June 14, 3-6pm

June 9 - June 21, 2015

Tuesdays 11-3, Fridays 11-3 and by appointment

Participating artists: Kate Copeland, Nan Curtis, Teresa Christiansen, David Eckard, Victor Maldonado, Palmarin Merges, Daniela Molnar, Veronica Reeves, Adam Simmons, Roy Tomlinson, Justin Voiss.

Leland Iron Words, 13099 S Warnock Rd.

Oregon City, OR 97045



a solo show of new work 

up through May 29


2505 SE 11th Ave, Ste 104

Portland, OR 97202


I will be starting off the year by showing a selection of current work at The Art Gym.

Shifting Practice

allusions, interventions and conventions in contemporary photography

Chas Bowie, Teresa Christiansen, Dru Donovan, Joel W. Fisher, Isaac Layman, Paula Rebsom

The Art Gym 

At Marylhurt University

Jan 6 - Feb 6, 2015

Gallery Hours: Tues - Sun, 12-4pm

Talk with the artists: Thursday, January 15th, 12:30pm

Panel talk and following reception: Sunday, January 25th, Panel 3-4pm, Reception 4-6pm


Brand new work will be featured in Short Stories Vol. 2, a two person show with Melanie Flood at Black Box Gallery in Portland, OR.

Opening Reception Saturday, October 25, 6-8pm

October 25 and 26, 2014

Hours: 12-5pm

Black Box Gallery

811 East Burnside, Suite 212

Portland, OR


Todd J. Tubutis, Executive Director of Blue Sky Gallery wrote about my current series Real Artifice for SPE's current issue of Exposure Magazine.

see the article here


I am spending the month of August at the Wassaic Artist Residency...


Ice Mountains from my current series "Real Artifice" is included in Daniel Cooney Fine Art's Emerging Photographer's Auction - on now through August 7th!

-see the details of the print on sale here


A new photo from Real Artifice will be part of the Aperture Summer Open

Aperture Gallery

547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

New York, N.Y. 10001

July 17 - August 14, 2014

opening reception Thursday, July 17

This exhibition was curated by Aperture Foundation's Executive Director Chris Boot. Read his statement on the show here


OPB Arts & Life featured an interview with me and a slideshow of images from PORTLAND PORCHES - see it here


A selection of photographs from PORTLAND PORCHES is now published in a limited edition book

buy it here!


Forget Good published an interview with me featuring work from Real Artifice in the May 2013 issue

Here's more to read...

Powered by

Publish for Free