Charlotte Niel is a self-taught photographer and California native whose work focuses on themes of identity, change and loss. She has explored what it means to grow old in America and the importance of purpose, relationships and memories to remain vital. With a degree in History, she is also interested in the role of art and images in representation and interpretation of the past, their relationship to the present and how memory informs both.
Charlotte’s work has been shown nationally. Some select locations include Cooper Union Gallery, New York; Sussex Community College Gallery, Newton, New Jersey; Cordon|Potts Gallery and Rayko Photo Center, San Francisco; Panopticon Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts and Gray Loft Gallery, Oakland, California. Her images are also held in private collections and have been published internationally. Awards include selection as a Critical Mass Finalist in 2016 and 2019.